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Need to add some versatility to your garden's watering schedule while retaining all the benefits of your drip irrigation system? Shrubblers from DripWorks will let you expand your watering options while keeping your water use down.

These products emit streams of water you can adjust anywhere from a basic, slow drip to a 24-inch large spray pattern for covering your plants' root zones and helping to soak in fertilizers and nutrients. Shrubblers offer a smart way to adapt to different sizes of plants and ever-changing watering needs.

Simply by twisting a cap, you can individually shut off a Shrubbler. Irrigation never has been this easy and effective.

Choices include full-circle Shrubblers that emit eight water streams in a circular pattern with a 1/4" barbed base (DSHB), 10/32" threaded base (DSHT) or mounted on a five-inch stake. We also stock a half-circle Shrubbler drip irrigation unit that emits five streams of water from a five-inch stake.

Shrubblers require minimum filtration and can be adjusted from a 0 - 24" diameter. We recommend a maximum diameter of 15".


  • Flow Rate: 0 - 13 gallon per hour
  • Pressure Rate: Up to 30 PSI
  • Watch our video of the Shrubbler in action
  • Pressure Compensating Shrubblers are also available.
  • Shrubblers on a stake (DSHS, DSHS180) include a break-off transfer barb
  • to be used with 1/4" tubing to connect the Shrubbler to the mainline.

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