Create a drought-resistant garden when you use the principles of xeriscaping in garden design.
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Xeriscaping is another way of saying drought-tolerant gardening. The practice reduces the amount of water you use in your landscape, but it doesn’t mean you eliminate water altogether.
Half of the water used on plants and lawns goes to waste. With a few tweaks, you can maintain a healthy lawn and landscape while using a fraction of the water.
Winter may not be as active for gardening as the warmer months, but it’s the best time to reflection and setting goals. Now that the calendar has flipped over to January, here are some New Year’s gardening resolutions to consider.
Water restrictions can be frustrating for gardeners who want to care for their gardens. Here are techniques and resources to create a drought-tolerant landscape.