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Watering cans

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May with a Wailmer Pail

Watering cans are items that allow a user to water Berry plants in the Pokémon world. In the games they are always key items.


In the games

In the Pokémon Dream World

Watering Can

In the Pokémon Dream World, the player starts off with the Décor item Watering Can, which can be used to water Berry plants in people's gardens. While the Watering Can has its own category in the Plain Catalogue, there is only one type.

A Berry cannot be watered as soon as it is planted; it must dry out first before it can be watered. The player can water others' Berries up to 20 times per trip, as of the April 2011 Dream World update. Prior to this update, there was no limit. There is no limit on watering the player's own Berries.

In the anime

James used a SquirtBottle on a wild Sudowoodo in Type Casting. A SquirtBottle belonging to Miranda appeared in The Princess and the Togepi, and was used to water her garden. Unlike in in-game sprites, SquirtBottles have legs in the anime.

A Wailmer Pail appeared in The Lotad Lowdown used by Rita to water her Berries in the Flower Shop.

A Sprayduck was briefly seen in Oh Do You Know The Poffin Plan, where it was used by Forsythia and her Roserade to water the plants around her house. It made a brief cameo along with Forsythia in Unlocking the Red Chain of Events!.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Wailmer Pail

Magma Admin Courtney was seen using a Wailmer Pail when she was off duty.

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