While most gardens need water, too much can cause grass to die, damage roots, and create unhealthy growing conditions. Try these tricks for diverting water in your landscape.
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Save time and water by installing a simple drip watering system that delivers a small amount of water directly to a plant’s roots.
To keep plants healthy, water them deeply. Your flowers appreciate each refreshing drink, and when properly watered, you save money.
Lawns settle over time and create places where water collects in your yard or even worse, your basement. When you see these problems develop, grading is the first solution.
Even in areas where drought isn’t a problem, make low-water plant choices for areas that you don’t want to water regularly.
The heat is on and your vegetable garden may start to suffer. Water and mulch veggies to help them thrive.
Most edibles need at least 1” of water weekly. Mulch your garden and water regularly for the best harvest.
When you cover the open spaces around plants with a layer of mulch, they benefit in many ways.
How you water is more important than how often you water. Learn more about watering newly planted trees and shrubs.
Water systems come in many different shapes and sizes. Learn what types of systems will fit the needs of your yard and save water, time and money.
Planting brightly colored annuals is instant and consistent gratification. Either in planters or in the ground, annuals liven up your garden with summer-long color.