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Wednesday, September 19th 2018, 10:24pm

by mrfixit

I'd go with a drip line on something like that.
Or a stream bubbler.

Wednesday, September 19th 2018, 9:46am

by darrinb

narrow flower bed

I am redoing a flowerbed that is about 20" wide and 30' long. It is situated between the house and a sidewalk. I am trying to figure out the best heads and location to minimize overspray on the house and the sidewalk. Thoughts on centering the heads in the bed and shooting the sprinklers sideways only or backing the heads up to the wall and then watering with 180 degree heads. I don't think either is the perfect answer but looking for suggestions