Ashland,  VA 
United States
  • Booth: 515

Come say hello to TreeDiaper at booth 515!

The patented TreeDiaper™ Advanced Plant Hydration system catches rain water and then releases it back to the soil slowly, keeping young trees and other plants hydrated for weeks or even months at a time.

It also offers protection against extreme top-soil temperature fluctuation, controls weeds, and retains storm-water run-off thus reducing pollution and erosion.

All these combined functions equate to major savings in labor, water, and herbicide costs – and all while saving plants from drought conditions.

Brands: TreeDiaper Plant Protection and Hydration Systems

 Press Releases

  • In the arid landscape of Arizona, water and shade are at a premium.

    Residents searching for an effective way to keep cool without wasting water decided to try out our TreeDiapers for trees and container plants! One area in particular was a problem- the side of the building is especially sunny and inhospitable. Many attempts to plant and grow just about anything in this area have proved unsuccessful; however, with the use of TreeDiaper for container plants, the plants survived!

    From the article by CBS 5 on

    The goal is to conserve scarce desert resources while planting new trees to ease some of the worst urban heat island effects in the country.

    "Trees provide shade, and shade keeps areas cooler, but we also want to be able to do that in a way that saves water," said Hollander.

    The diapers are made from recycled diapers, hence the name, and are currently being tested on eight trees at the City Hall campus. 

    "It absorbs the water, and then releases that water to the soil as the soil dries, rather than having to constantly apply irrigation water," said Hollander.

    They also slow down the evaporation process after it rains. Hollander believes the tree diapers are incredibly cost-effective. 

    Original article at


  • TreeDiaper®
    TreeDiaper® is a life saver for your plants! This Advanced Hydration System makes landscape maintenance easy in both urban and rural spaces using slow-release irrigation technology....

  • TreeDiaper® catches rain and slowly releases it back into the soil for long-term irrigation. Our product can be used in all kinds of landsapes and climates. TreeDiaper® helps young trees survive through harsh contitions and establish strong root systems. It also reduces weeds and provides protection from weather. 

    TreeDiaper® comes in 11 different shapes and sizes, so no matter how big or small your planting project is, there is a TreeDiaper® for you! Our products are sorted into three categories: smaller TreeDiapers for containers, larger TreeDiapers for in-ground use, and mats for gardens. Sizes range from 10 inches in diameter (holds 0.5 gallons of water) to 48 inches (holds 30 gallons of water). 

    TreeDiaper® is easy to use; simply leave the product underwater (in a bucket, sink, or bathtub) for five hours of overnight, then place it around the base of your plant. For outdoor trees, TreeDiaper will refill automatically from rain, snow, and any other runoff water. You can also place 2" to 3" mulch on the top of a TreeDiaper® to prevent vandalizm and keep a nature looking out side. You can also water TreeDiaper® occationally with a hose in case of a long drought period.
    TreeDiaper® uses water very efficiently because it holds water that would otherwise evaporate, run off, or be absorbed by weeds. This product is also more discrete than traditional watering methods (such as watering bags) because it sits on the ground and can be hidden by mulch. Because TreeDiaper is invisible, losing your irrigation investment to vandalism is unlikely. 

    We welcome you to read our case studies at to see just how effective TreeDiaper® can be!

    Save plants, water, labor, money, and the planet! Visit us at booth #515 to learn more.

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