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How to Save Water in Your Garden

HOW TO SAVE WATER IN YOUR GARDEN Managing Water in Hot, Dry Weather, & Drought Water is a valuable resource. Certain parts of the world, however, have ongoing droughts, while others experience sporadic dry-spells. Regardless of your water situation, you can always start conserving water by looking to your own backyard. SELECT DROUGHT-TOLERANT PLANTS. DON'T USE BIG PLANTS. USE ECOLOGICAL MULCH. Choose plants that are accustomed The bigger it is, the more water This will help keep water to the climate. it needs. evaporation minimal. CREATE A SCHEDULE FOR WATERING. USE HARVESTED WATER/RAINWATER. CHOOSE THE RIGHT PLANT CONTAINER. Water in the early/late hours for less wind & sunlight. Got a bucket full of water in Avoid metal pots because they heat up really quick. the shower? Use it. CHECK THE WEATHER FORECAST. ALWAYS REMOVE WEEDS. GO FOR POROUS MATERIALS. Gravel and pebbles let more water seep through the ground. Don't water the garden if the forecast They compete with other plants shows rain. for water. Keep your yard green without wasting water. Visit today for expert advice. **

How to Save Water in Your Garden

shared by theadventurer on Jul 14
Water is a precious commodity and if you want to do your share to preserve it, begin by conserving water at home. How can you do that? Simple, by managing your water use in your garden. For instance, ...


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