Haws Watering Cans

Haws Watering Cans has been manufacturing their celebrated outdoor metal watering cans since 1884. The Haws workshop saw much success pre-WWII, under its founder John Haws and son Arthur Haws. However the workshop fell silent as a consequence of WWII, which starved it of manpower and materials.

 The Taylor Law Company purchased the workshop in the 1950’s. This saw the introduction of modern manufacturing methods to the Haws workshop. Yet despite working hard to maintain Haws fine quality, they lacked the expertise to reignite the Haws brand, and during the late 1970s recession, the company went under and the Haws workshop went silent once again.

 Since 1982 its new owners, Eclipse Sprayers, have revived and modernised the workshop, breathed life into the Haws Watering Cans brand and rekindled the Haws Watering Cans peerless reputation.

 The Pennock family, the owners of Eclipse Sprayers, along with their new team have strength the Haws Watering Cans organisation, developed its operations and implementing a greener philosophy. With the introduction of new products and environmentally friendly packaging, Haws is now perfectly prepared for the demands of the 21st century, building on the wisdom gained through more than 130 years as the big name in watering cans

 The outdoor metal watering cans are made of steel, are rust-proofed via galvanisation, powder coated with a splash of heritage colour –  and a brass rose clinched to the end of the spout. These wonderful cans have the names Warley Fall and Bearwood Brook, reflecting their heritage, and the gentle and precise water flow that sprays from their brass rose.

 The Haws Watering Cans indoor range are made and perform to the same high standard as the outdoor metal watering cans. The indoor watering can range includes a copper watering can and pouring pot. The range is designed with the application of watering indoor plants in mind, and the needs of their growers – giving them the choice of colour, metals and capacities.  

Haws Watering Cans