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Tuesday, December 2nd 2008, 11:13am

by Wet_Boots

Any spray head should be fine for flowers. Besides the strip patterns and the fixed-arc patterns, there are adjustable-arc nozzles

Monday, December 1st 2008, 9:49am

by mcnutt

Are strip pattern gentle for flower bed?

I am going to have a flower bed in shape of a funnel with a 4’ walk path in the center (made of pavers). The measurements of the entire area (including walk path) is 50’ long 10’ at the narrowest 13’ at the middle and 17’ at the widest. I know that the flower bed won’t be exact on both sides after the pavers go in but for a ruff draft. I was looking at the Hunter Strip pattern (srs-lcs515) is this nozzle gentle on flowers? I am wanting to stay away from drip system because of the dogs (beep beep beep) gotta love them though.



Also do you know if a Hunter short spray can be on a pop-up instead of a riser?