Water is a precious resource and it's essential that we use it wisely
Select water-efficient plants that thrive in your climate. Natives are ideal as they're adapted to your area's conditions.
Mulching helps to reduce water loss from the soil by slowing down evaporation. It also helps to suppress weeds and keep the soil cool.
Water your plants deeply and less frequently. This encourages deep root growth and helps to reduce water loss from the soil.
Consider installing an irrigation system that delivers water directly to the roots of your plants
Collect rainwater in a barrel or tank and use it to water your plants.
Use a pool cover to reduce evaporation and keep your pool clean.
Reuse backwash water from your pool by directing it onto your lawn or garden.
Maintain your pool to ensure that it is running efficiently. This can help to reduce water loss due to leaks or other issues.
Water your garden and pool during the cooler parts of the day, such as early morning or late afternoon.
Keep your pool water level at the recommended level. This can help to reduce water loss due to splashing or other factors.
Regularly check your pool and garden for leaks. Addressing leaks promptly can help to save water and prevent damage.
Spread the word about water conservation and share these tips with others.