5/31 | How to Water Plants with a Pool Noodle

As many of you know, my papaw and I have a garden that we grow our favorite vegetables in each summer. Taking care of a garden is a lot of work and specially trying to feed and water the plants! I was challenged to find a unique way to water my garden from Miracle-Gro.

I love this Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed® Universal Feeder. You are able to switch back and forth from watering your plants with build in feed, to washing your car with regular water. I love the convenience that Miracle-Gro thought of with this product!

All you do is simply screw it onto your spigot and attached the hose. Lastly, insert the Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed® Universal Feeder. It is honestly that easy! They offer three different feeds for all your planting needs.

Now lets get into our DIY where I share how to take a dollar store pool noodle and turn it into a little sprinkler! The first thing you will need to do is duct tape one of the ends of the pool noodle. You will not want water flowing to the other end.

Now you’re going to want to grab a craft knife and cut little holes into your pool noodle. Here is a tip : Just cut small lines into the pool noodle and then place your finger into the hole to widen it. This is going to make smaller holes than cutting circle holes.

Insert the water hose into the other end of the pool noodle that you didn’t duct tape and you may have to place some duct tape around the other end to secure your water hose. Place your DIY pool noodle into your garden or flower beds and find the right water pressure that works best for your plants.

It was honestly THAT easy! I hope you all enjoyed learning about my DIY wacky watering idea.

Get Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed® Universal Feeder on amazon.com and at local home and garden retailers.Now you can water and feed your garden at the same time with almost any device. The Miracle-Gro®​ LiquaFeed® Universal Feeder connects to the spigot and allows you to easily feed your plants for a beautiful garden all season long.

Miracle-Gro® sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.