These Watering Cans Are So Pretty, You'll Want to Keep Them on Display

There's the traditional plastic watering can, and then there are these beautiful babies.

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March 07, 2019

I'm not much of a gardener, but these stylish watering cans totally inspire me to throw on my gloves and head outdoors (with a wide-brimmed sun hat and rubber boots, of course).

Compact and durable, this powder-coated watering can is a stylish addition to your gardening routine.

BUY IT: Terrain, $20

With its sleek oval shape and matte-black finish, this watering can is a modern take on a gardening basic.

BUY IT: Crate & Barrel, $29.95

This handmade vessel shines brightly in brass-plated stainless steel.

BUY IT: CB2, $44.95

Watercolor florals wrap around this charming, little watering can that's perfect for indoor houseplants.

BUY IT: Anthropologie, $38.40 (Originally $48)

This can is made of stainless steel, meaning you don't have to worry about it weathering. Plus, its gold-plated finish gives it a rustic look.

BUY IT: Target, $19.99

A whimsical choice for watering your plants, this charming toucan features a long bill and handcrafted details.

BUY IT: Anthropologie, $38.40 (Originally $48)

Crafted from solid brass, this watering can is a durable, elegant essential for watering your indoor garden.

BUY IT: Terrain, $34

The slender, curved spout creates a gentle stream for precision pouring, making it easy to tend small pots, terrariums and dish gardens.

BUY IT: Gardener's Supply Co., $29.95

This trendy number is made from handpainted stoneware and features a unique, round shape.

BUY IT: Anthropologie, $27.20 (Originally $34)

This colorful watering vessel is perfect for indoor gardening. Each one is made from durable plastic and topped with the traditional Haws brass rose for smooth, gentle watering that won't damage delicate flowers or seedlings.

BUY IT: Terrain, $7.95 (Originally $18)

A true heirloom for the avid gardener, this traditional Haws watering can is inspired by the styles of yesteryear and built to last for decades.

BUY IT: Terrain, $148

This whimsical mouse and hammered-steel watering can is complete with cute whiskers.

BUY IT: Gardener's Supply Co., $29.95

Keep this beauty nestled next to the flowers it waters.

BUY IT: Target, $34.99

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