With summer approaching, the threat of hosepipe bans and water restrictions in some areas of the UK will increase, and there is nothing like sanctions on water usage to get the mind focussed on cutting back. Whether you are facing a drought or not, it’s well worth adopting water-saving techniques and applying them to your plants, flowers and garden turf. The average person in the UK gets through around 150 litres of water a day and demand is predicted to reach close to 1,000 litres by 2020. With that in mind, here are some tips to help keep your garden healthy without overdoing it on the H2O.
Watering Plants and Flowers
The plants and flowers in your garden probably do not need watering as much as you think. When looking after our plants we have a tendency to take the ‘little and often’ approach, giving them a sprinkling once or…
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