Saving water in your garden and yard trims your water bill and saves an increasingly scarce natural resource.
A water-efficient landscape can:
- Reduce outdoor water use by 20% to 50%
- Save up to 10,000 gallons a year
- Shave $30 to $70 off the average annual household water bill.
Planting drought-tolerant landscaping is one way to turn off the spigot in your garden. Here are other tips for saving water while growing flora.
Saving water in your garden translates to saving money on your water bill. Here’s how to practice garden water conservation and still have a gorgeous yard.