15m Weeper Hose
Ideal for watering large garden beds
Reduce water wastage with the Weeper Hose, specially designed to water garden beds effectively.
The Weeper Hose makes watering easy by slowly weeping water directly into the soil near plant roots.
Simply lay the hose out in a straight line or gentle curves, connect to your Hoselink-fitted hose and turn the water on lightly. The internal hose fills and lets water seep through the outer nylon, evenly along the length of the hose.
The Weeper Hose can be used above or below mulch and is ideally paired with a timer.
- Lay the hose in a straight line or gentle curve - no sharp turns or corners
- Works best with low water pressure - do not turn the tap on full
- Best used above ground or under mulch - do not bury underground
Includes free Hoselink Accessory Connector.
(Previously named "Flat Soaker Hose)
This product comes with a Hoselink connector included for quick connection to your Hoselink-fitted garden hose. If you are new to Hoselink then you will need to either convert your hose to Hoselink no-burst fittings (we recommend the Water Wise Starter Kit) or alternatively you can unscrew the Hoselink connector from this device and replace it with a standard click-on style male connector (please note we do not sell these).
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|Weeper Hose 15m|
|Hoselink fitting (nylon)
Hose (Outer - nylon, Inner - PVC, Fitting - ABS)
|Green, yellow, black|
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Q. What's the difference between a Soaker Hose and a Weeper Hose?
A. A Soaker Hose is a plastic hose with holes throughout its length and emits a spray outwards, similar to a sprinkler. A Weeper Hose slowly "weeps" water and looks like it is dripping. Because Weeper Hoses drip directly into the ground underneath them, they are suitable for watering garden beds, can be buried under mulch and are useful for conserving water. Soaker Hoses, on the other hand, act more like a sprinkler. Many people like to use them on nature strips or other long sections of garden.
Q. Can I bury the Weeper Hose underground?
A. We do not recommend burying this product underground. However it would be ideally placed sitting on top of the ground but under mulch.
Q. Can I turn the Weeper Hose around corners?
A. This hose is best utilised in a straight line, or with very gentle curves. It will not be suitable for a sharp turn.
Q. How do I connect it to water?
A. This product comes with a Hoselink Accessory Connector. You lay the Weeper Hose in your garden bed and attach a Hoselink-fitted hose end to the Accessory Connector. You would not attach this product directly to a tap unless the tap is in the garden bed.
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Initially it was a challenge re how strong to turn the tap on, then working out how long as the area that got watered was very minimal in width. I did spend a lot of time trying to get the best from my purchase - in the end it just was not watering a wide enough range in the garden At this time dissappointed but will try to work out how best to use this hose.
Loved it , doesn’t spray everywhere only waters where I want it to
It works very well so this is my second one
15 metre Weeper Hose
I have 3 other weeper hoses I use in the garden they are so tough even when they become buried by mulch. All they need is a good flush & they’re working again as good as new! Purchasing a product from Hoselink couldn’t be easier, with delivery being very quick. All in all a great experience with a great Aussie company.
Great product perfect for my rose garden as it waters without wetting the whole bush
Excellent product. Would love to have as an accessory, a blank that could be connected to the water intake end to stop foreign objects from entering when not in use.
I have not started to use this hose yet. I will need it in the summer time.
Great. Much better than the green hose. Long lasting.
It’s good easy to use
Love your weeper hoses
I have purchased about four of your weeper hoses. I think they are great, they work for me. I only wish your tap timers were a bit cheaper.