I am preparing to plant about 50 shrubs (burning bush, lilacs, forsythia, skip laurels, raspberry, blueberry) along the side of our lot, and it's on quite a bit of a hill. Garden is maybe 20 feet deep x 150 feet long, so it would be great to just buy three 150' soaker hoses and run them down the hill between the three rows of plantings... but anyone who's read anything on soaker hoses has likely read they can't be laid down a hill. Looks like the recommendation is to lay them parallel to the hill, so each soaker is level. That means numerous 20' runs for me, all fed by some common irrigation line. Not exactly rocket science, but I've not done it before. I'm looking for recommendations on specifically what to buy, to make this happen quick and cheap. It will be used for this summer, maybe a bit next summer, but I have no use for the system beyond that. I'll likely box it up at the end of this season, and save it for some day when I need such a system again, but have no immediate need for it beyond this project I also planted 42 new Norway Spruce across the back of our lot two months ago, in a lower, shadier area with often moist soil. I'll need to think about watering them as well, at some point before the July heat and drought roll in. They're planted on level ground (no hill), but spanning a space of more than 300 feet. Since both systems will be needed at the same time (July/August), I'm guessing there's no chance to share them. I should have considered planting all this stuff in two consecutive years, but circumstances forced me to get both done this year.