A Tree Watering Product that Refills Itself
TreeDiaper® has proven to be an amazing cost saving device for us, allowing for fewer watering visits, greater growth rates and lower mortality. This allows for the environmental and aesthetic benefits to accrue more quickly and for us to plant even more trees. TreeDiaper® has quickly become a “must-have” on many of our planting sites.
Barry Ward - Trees For Houston
SMART WATER MANAGEMENT
Super Absorbent Polymers Absorb and Store Water, only releasing water as the soil dries and refilling themselves when it rains or when snow melts and capturing water that would normally evaporate or runoff.
TreeDiaper also is a weed barrier, eliminating competition from stealing water used by the tree roots.
SOIL MOISTURE STABILIZER
Trees prefer a consistent bed of moist soil in the root zone. TreeDiaper provides this. Left out year-round, TreeDiaper provides trees the precise amount of water trees need when they need it, refilling with rain and melting snow and preventing over and under watering
HELPS ESTABLISH NEW TREES BETTER
TreeDiaper irrigates away from the trunk from the edge of the root ball into the desired root zone with full 360 degree coverage. This helps trees establish better and more quickly.
DOES IT WORK?
TreeDiaper went through 6 years of testing in a variety climates and soil conditions. It works. Invest in a product that will help your new trees survive until establishment, while minimizing the amount of labor, work and maintenance needed to be done.
Ditch the bags and upgrade to a product that does so much more for trees!
Some Early Adopters
With 1" of Rain Every 30 Days, TreeDiaper won't need Refilling for 3 years
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Urban Forestry Case Study
TreeDiaper Smart Watering Mats installed on the National Arbor Day Foundation's Farm. TreeDiaper saved 1-day's worth of labor each week by taking care of watering all the trees automatically. Invest in your bottom line!
Commerce City Case Study