While we’re enjoying milder fall weather, your plants and lawns are already preparing for winter dormancy. That means they don’t take in as much water this time of year.
So the best thing you can do for them — and your wallet, too — is turn off your irrigation system to eliminate excess watering.
SAWS sewer charges are based on your average winter water use, as measured across three complete billing cycles from mid-November to mid-March. So watering your landscape less in those months can save you money throughout 2020.
Do your wallet a favor and turn off your irrigation system. Hand water instead.
Get more great tips on saving water at GardenStyleSA.com.