Is your landscape ready to beat the heat?
Sure, the summer may not be prime planting season, but it's a good time to tackle important gardening projects. Our conservationists offer up their favorites – from planting heat-resistant (and fragrant) herbs to adding mulch to your landscape to keep the soil moist during a heat wave. Peruse these past WaterSaver Newsletter issues and allow them to inspire the creative and water-wise gardener in you.
Spring your garden into summer – exchange cold weather annual for warm season ones.
Get to know the difference between soaker hoses and drip irrigation.
Make the most of this marvelous multi-tasker.
When it comes to extreme heat, herbs are the heroes of the landscape.
Size doesn't matter. Really.
More than just romantic, roses are resilient.
Step-by-step instructions for creating your own off-the-beaten path.
Non-living elements that add interest, but reduce water use.
Keeping toilet water in the bowl, and other important notes on backflow.
We're not MDs, but we can help diagnose water-wasting problems.