Problem that elastic hose inflates under pressure and slips from such "herringbone". Any glue on such hose, i think, very likely will be teared off.
Consider using pneumatic fittings, better are with sleeve nut. Nutted are tolerant to hose diameter and type, and fast-connect require exact hose size.
Another solution could be addition of spring action hose clamp, matched to hose diameter. Cable ties or cheap worm-gear clamps can help, but they are unreliable in such applications.
Variation of previous solution could be putting tightly a piece of pipe or rigid hose on the end of hose after herringbone insertion into it. This pipe will clamp hose to herringbone and prevent its inflation and slipping.
Usually hoses for garden are black in order to prevent algae growth inside, but this is not a problem while water flow is large. Also some polymers degrade under sun radiation.