Rose & Shrub Irrigation Kit - Large

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  • Sheldon - Apr 13th 2019

    Shrub kit

    Great product and easy to install.

  • Bob - Jun 26th 2018

    Amazing product

    I have to admit I was overwhelmed when I opened this. But as I began laying it out (with the help of my grown son) it all came together. My 250 roses are loving this!! It is remarkably easy to accomplish a watering plan once you get the hang of it. Thanks, Dripworks.


Our Rose & Shrub Irrigation Kit is a complete kit designed for roses, shrubs and small trees.

The large kit waters up to 60 roses.

This irrigation system can be operated manually by turning on the water at the faucet, or automated by installing a timer at the faucet. Due to the high flow capacity of this kit, a high flow timer (with a flow capacity of at least 8 gallons per minute ) should be used to automate its operation. See our Galcon High Flow LCD Timer.

The Pressure Compensating Shrubblers (DSHPCS) in this kit require a minimum of 15 PSI to operate. This kit should not be used if the water supply does not have at least 15 PSI (low pressure gravity-fed system).


  • 60 PC Shrubblers
  • Filter and PSI Regulator
  • 1/4" and 3/4" Fittings
  • Punch and Hold Down Stakes
  • 250' of 3/4" Mainline Tubing

Parts List:

  • 1 - 250' Roll 3/4" Mainline Tubing (34250)
  • 2 - 100' Rolls 1/4" Micro Tubing (14100)
  • 60 - Pressure Compensating Shrubblers (DSHPCS)
  • 70 - 1/4" Transfer Barbs - 7 x 10 packs (14TB-10)
  • 10 - 1/4" Goof Plugs - 1 x 10 pack (14GP2-10)
  • 1 - 3/4" Easy Loc Female Hose Beginning (ELFH34)
  • 3 - 3/4" Easy Loc Tee (ELT34)
  • 1 - 3/4" Easy Loc Elbow (ELL34)
  • 2 - 3/4" Easy Loc Coupler (ELC34)
  • 4 - 3/4" Easy Loc End Caps (ELMC34)
  • 1 - Home Garden Filter (FYCH200)
  • 1 - 30 PSI Pressure Regulator (PRSLHH30)
  • 1 - Punch N' Cut (PUPCUT)
  • 60 - 1/4" Hold Downs - 6 x 10 packs (SS3-10)
  • 50 - 1/2" Hold Downs - 5 x 10 packs (SUHD-10)
Warning: This product can expose you to Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), and Lead Aceteate, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.

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