Looking for a few tips for saving water in the backyard?
You’re not alone.
Now that the drought is in its fifth year and Gov. Jerry Brown is pushing for permanent water restrictions, saving water is a big deal these days. To help you get started, we found a few quick tips over at House Logic that you might want to consider.
Take a look!
Saving Water in the Backyard
- Go with native plants
- Stick with smaller plants
- Lay a foundation of mulch to retain water longer
- Incorporate a path using gravel, pebbles, or brick
- Replace your lawn with artificial grass
- Group non-succulent plants together for maximum water utilization
- Water when it’s cool
- Pay attention to the location of the sun
- Install drip irrigation in your garden
- Use a rain barrel
We hope these tips help you improve your water conservation efforts, and look forward to hearing how it goes!
Which of these tips are you most likely to incorporate?