1. Install a water column
2. Careful select your garden plants
3. Install artificial grass
Connecting the water column to the drain pipe is a good idea because it is actually a source of free water. It also reduces the amount of water flowing through the sewage system that we have overloaded.
When choosing new plants for your garden, be careful about which plants to choose. In order to save water, ideally you would choose smaller plants and shrubs instead of larger plants and shrubs because they consume less water.
It's also important to choose pants that require very little water. As a general rule of thumb, this means choosing plants with narrow leaflets.
Artificial grass is a good way to prevent water use. Although occasional flushing may be required during light rains, the amount of water required is minimal compared with real grass. You don't have to worry about a dry, brown, piecemeal lawn anymore because it looks thick and sweet all the year round.
Water is a very precious resource. We and our gardens need to survive, but we all have a responsibility to reduce the amount of water we use and the waste we create.
They have many ways to do this, and I hope this article will inspire you to save water.
Of course, there are not only environmental problems, but also economic benefits associated with reducing water use.
If your lawn lacks moisture, why not consider planting artificial grass in your garden?
It only needs a small amount of water, and can turn any lawn or garden area into a lush green lawn with little maintenance. It looks great all year round.