Elephant Watering Can
Perfect for kids!
Bought this for my grandson who is almost 4, and loves to help in the garden. He loves it! It is just the right size for him, and he is so proud that he can contribute to caring for the tomatoes. The elephant is so cute and sturdy enough for kids.
September 2, 2013
A Terrific Watering Can
The Elephant Watering Can is a really nice product! It holds two quarts of water and works very well for watering any size pot or hanging basket since it has a gentle stream of water coming from the elephant's trunk. It is very well made. I chose the color grey and it looks like a real elephant! Thanks, Vermont Country Store for making available to us such a whimsical and decorative product!
June 23, 2013
Gift for my baby!!
My daughter love elephant "anything", so had to get her one of these for her collection- I bought the silver/grey model... CUTE! CUTE! CUTE!! She loves it. It was much larger than I imagined, for which I would be grateful (less trips to the water barrel, ya know?). I had read another review, and I warned her when I gave it to her, the opening on the spout is quite small, but I don't think it would be very hard to open it up a bit (?maybe a drill?)- it is, after all just plastic, so wouldn't Not buy it for that reason- It really is SUPER CUTE!! and priced RIGHT! Reccommend
June 15, 2013
Fun & Functional
These are adorable, hold about 2 quarts, and are perfect for watering the small pots that need a gentle stream of water. I love the retro 50's look & color. My grandchildren will delight in helping me in the garden with these. Best of all, made in USA!!
June 7, 2013
we love our elephant
the easter bunny got a silver gray elephant for our granddaugther. the size is good for a child. if you fill it only 3/4 full, it works better. the elephant nose on ours had extra plastic, i removed it with work scissors. the only time i get to use the elephant is when my granddaugther is at school. maybe gramma will get one from the easter bunny this year!
January 11, 2013
Spout barely dribbles water but the hole at the top leaks copious water all over the place as you tip the elephant to water your flowers. A study in poor design!
September 7, 2012