|Using soaker hoses and other water efficient irrigation methods are one way you can make your yard water wise.|
Water wise landscapes are designed and maintained to look attractive, be more weather resilient, and need less water year around. To make your landscape water wise you do not have to spend a fortune or turn your yard into a desert, containing only yucca and cactus plants. Making your yard water wise does not mean you have to redo your entire landscape; simply incorporate water saving practices into your existing design and maintenance activities.
Two of the most fundamental practices of water wise landscaping address how plants are grouped in the landscape and how they are watered. Learn more about about these practices by reading the whole article on the Pender Extension website: http://pender.ces.ncsu.edu/index.php?page=news&ci=LAWN+182
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