It’s been a drought-filled year, and there’s no indication that the droughts that have plagued the country are going to stop occurring anytime soon. Many cities are starting to wise up to the fact that their limited water supply needs to be more carefully this conserved. Among other things, this often means that residents need to stop watering their lawns so much — an activity that can often account for 33% of a home’s daily water usage. Across a single town this can add up to thousands of gallons of water in a single day.
Drought-resistant landscaping is gaining traction in many communities around the country that are looking for ways to keep greenery around, without doing further damage to their local watertables. Are you interested in drought-resistant Continue reading “Three Tips for Creating a Drought Resistant Landscape”