All you need to know about garden water-efficient

All you need to know about garden water-efficient

August 06, 2018

All you need to know about garden water-efficient

 

How can you make sure that your garden is not only the most beautiful in the neighborhood, but also the most economical in water?

 

Water savings have always been and will always remain relevant.

 there are many solutions to save water expenses and do not have to give up a flowering garden.

Choosing water-saving plants, using economical and proper soil coverings and automatic irrigation, can help you save on water and continue to enjoy a well-kept garden.

 

These are water-saving plants?

First, when planning a garden, it is important that we know how to choose the right vegetation and the right area for growing the plants chosen for planting. As is known, not every plant requires the same amount of water. Choose plants that are considered water efficient. A water-saving plant is considered to consume less than 200 cubic meters a year as a mature plant.

Preferred herbs on ferns, pomegranate trees on citrus trees, and cacti on palms. There are quite a few water-saving plants that will give your garden a blooming and blooming look.

In addition, if you can, place your garden in an area where there is full or partial shade during the hot afternoon. Morning and afternoon hours can provide a lot of light for the vegetation without causing much water evaporation from the ground.

 

How will we use ground cover in the garden?

There are many types of ground coverings, with the goal of all the surfacing the same - reducing evaporation of water from the ground and maintaining soil moisture. The familiar surfaces in the market are tuff, pebbles, stepping stones and wood chips. The wood chips have a significant advantage because their combination gives the garden a natural look.

With the proper distribution of wood chips as ground cover, they form a protective layer on the ground. When irrigating, some of the water is absorbed in the wood chips, while the inner part of the soil remains moist. When the soil remains moist for a long time, you can reduce the amount of water to irrigate the garden. Another advantage of using wood chips to cover, which are soft and can tread on them without fear.

 

How to irrigate in a cost-effective way?

The way we water our garden can also help save water. The irrigation time, the amount of irrigation and the intervals between irrigation and irrigation are very important. First, if you have an automatic irrigation system, it is best to turn it on occasionally and make sure that the sprinklers are well tuned and do not irrigate unnecessary areas.

 

The most important rule about irrigation is the time of irrigation - always preferred to water in the early morning so that the water would be absorbed into the soil and not immediately evaporated from the heat of the sun. Keep proper irrigation intervals, over-watering can not only waste water, but also destroy vegetation that is sufficient for a small amount of water


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