|A small sequoia barely sticks out of the central opening of the Waterboxx on July 3, 2013, the day of its planting.|
|The same sequoia on August 24, 2013. Already after 6 weeks you can see significant growth with even the limited light reaching the central opening. It has not rained for approximately 2 weeks as of this photo.|
|Here you see the approximately doubled in size Sequoia on September 7, 2014 (with some dried grass on the Waterboxx lid).|
|The same sequoia on August 13, 2015. This tree has dramatically filled out, and we will be able to remove the Waterboxx PlantCocoon after the winter. The tree will then be able to grow without watering due to its deep, Waterboxx induced root system.|
|3 Years' growth of a sequoia - from tiny sapling to 2 foot tall tree - no water was ever given to the tree and the Waterboxx was left in place over winter.|
If you would like to learn how to grow plants without watering with the Waterboxx, the best resource is the book The Waterboxx Gardener: How to Mimic Nature, Stop Watering, and Start Enjoying Your Garden available here on Amazon.com.