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7 Benefits of Gardening That Prove It Helps Your Mind and Body

Gardening isn’t just about making your house look good (although a little curb appeal certainly never hurts). Caring for plants can also do wonders for your own wellbeing, an abundance of scientific research suggests. Physical exercise can contribute to a healthy weight and blood pressure levels, and just interacting with flora can improve your mood and mental [Continue]

The Importance of Water for Your Garden

It is almost impossible to overestimate the importance of water for your garden – after all, water makes up 85 to 95 percent of the weight of living plants. In fact, plants use more water than anything else. Water carries nutrients from the soil to the plant cells, so plants that are kept at their [Continue]

Soak, Drip or Spray: Which is right for you?

Choose the best of our easy, customizable, irrigation systems to help your plants thrive and save water By Suzanne DeJohn Soak: Snip-n-Drip Drip: WaterWell Drip Irrigation Spray: WaterWell Micro Sprinklers Water is vital to plant health, but watering by hand can be a hassle. You have to drag hoses between gardens, move sprinklers around, or take the time to [Continue]

Soak, Drip or Spray: Which is right for you?

Choose the best of our easy, customizable, irrigation systems to help your plants thrive and save water. By Suzanne DeJohn Water is vital to plant health, but watering by hand can be a hassle. You have to drag hoses between gardens, move sprinklers around, or take the time to water each plant. Our innovative watering systems [Continue]

The Importance of Water for Your Garden

It is almost impossible to overestimate the importance of water for your garden – after all, water makes up 85 to 95 percent of the weight of living plants. In fact, plants use more water than anything else. Water carries nutrients from the soil to the plant cells, so plants that are kept at their [Continue]

How Do Our Water Systems Work?

Water is a renewable resource that is provided naturally through the earth’s water cycle, in the form of precipitation. While water is provided by nature, many of us rely on a complex network of pipes, pumps, equipment, and people provided by our community’s municipal water systems to safely deliver clean water to our taps, and remove [Continue]

Plants that Clean Water

Most of us have learned as children that plants help clean the air. One of the hazards of deforestation is air pollution. But did you know that plants also play a part in cleaning our water? As with air, plants that live on and in the water absorb carbon dioxide and expel oxygen. In aquatic [Continue]

EASY WAYS TO SAVE WATER IN YOUR YARD AND GARDEN

Saving water in your landscape doesn’t have to be hard or time consuming. Many of the most effective things you can do to reduce your water bills and protect your community’s water supply are simple and easy. Here are a few suggestions that are either one-time investments in water-saving equipment that you can do or [Continue]

Six ways to save water in your garden

Saving water in the garden is just as important as in the home. Mulching, collecting rainwater and planting drought-resistant plants can help shrink your sprinkling Spraying around plants but leaving surrounding soil dry saves water and limits weed growth. Photograph: Alamy Photograph: Alamy Nigel Berman Fri 22 Aug 2014 12.00 BST 2 It’s important to save water [Continue]