Dawn Enterprises Introduces “Aqueous;” the Firm’s Newest Self-Watering Planter

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Dawn Enterprises releases their newest Self-Watering Planter. The “Aqueous” Self-Watering Planter Pot is the latest in garden technology continuously watering the planter’s content for weeks at a time.

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The 'Aqueous' Self Watering Planter is Dawn Enterprises’ most exciting and innovative product release in the company’s 36 year history.

Dawn Enterprises announced the release of their new “Aqueous” Self-Watering Planter Pot. This 27” diameter by 18” tall plastic planter is the latest in gardening technology. Featuring a built-in reservoir, the “Aqueous” planter continuously waters and saturates the planter’s content for weeks at a time. Dawn Enterprises has perfected a beautiful, low-maintenance garden planter that looks terrific indoors, outdoors or both at the same time.

During a recent interview, Chad Glucksman (President at Dawn Enterprises) was enthusiastic in stating, “The 'Aqueous' Self Watering Planter is Dawn Enterprises’ most exciting and innovative product release in the company’s 36 year history. We are extremely pleased to have kept all the popular features from our existing 'Oasis' Self Watering Planter while adding such improvements as a quick-fill reservoir cap, overflow prevention drain and, most importantly, a new upscale design focused on a tapered appearance sure to compliment the most demanding planting projects.”

A visit to the company’s website (http://www.godawn.com) reveals many attractive planter options in a variety of different materials; concrete, steel and fiberglass are examples. Additionally, the website makes it clear that many of these planter pots are available in recycled materials, making them perfect for those with environmental concerns or a “green” thumb.

For specific product information detailing the “Aqueous,” please visit http://www.godawn.com/category/self-watering-planters.htm or call a Dawn Enterprises specialist at 1-800-262-3296.

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