Water Butts


Water Butt Accessories






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The largest range of water butts by Rainwater Terrace ® online including all compatible accessories, planters and drip irrigation kits.

The Rainwater Terrace water butt is a multi-award winning new concept in rainwater harvesting and storage which makes recycling valuable rainwater a joy and promotes grow your own sustainability.

This unique rain water butt design not only saves money by recycling and storing rainwater (up to 200 litres) per tower, it also has a number of advantages over and above conventional rainwater butts, such as:

  • Detachable, integrated planters for growing herbs, flowers, soft fruit and vegetables.

  • Through-flow of water prevents stagnation.

  • Modular construction adaptable to suit your space

  • Easy to assemble

  • Fill watering cans super-fast

  • Looks great - no need to hide away.

  • Available in different colour options

  • Compatible drip irrigation kits available.

Buy now and start recycling rainwater, saving money and growing your own fruits vegetables herbs and flowers!

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Water butt planters great for salad leavs and herbs too.

July 28, 2020

Water butt planters great for herbs and salad leaves.

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Rainwater Terrace water butt still going stong after 5 seasons.

May 27, 2020

New season, new look this Rainwater Terrace has been washed and replanted for summer 2020 looking as good as it did new. Our glossy easy clean containers are effortless to wipe down to keep your Rainwater Terrace looking as good as new all year round. Each planter has been replanted with a new capillary mat which can be found here. After just 1 week the trailing plants and flowers are thriving feeding of the freshly collected rainwater that is supplied to the planters via a capillary wick system.      

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