Landscaping During a Drought
Keeping a lawn healthy during a drought can be nearly impossible. Depending on where you live, you might be up against laws about how often you can water your garden and for how long. The good news is that these laws are there to help offset a serious shortage of water in the area. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have a lush lawn or garden. Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division offers the following tips for landscaping during a drought.
Know Your Plants
Before you landscape your property with plants and flowers, it’s important to learn about how much water they will need to survive. Some plants need more water than others, and the basic rule of creating a water-wise landscape is to be selective with your choices. Find plants that are native to your area or plants that require less water to survive.
There are many landscaping tips for people who want to avoid wasting water during a drought. But many water-wise landscapes still require water. The only way to create a landscape without the need for water is to use artificial grass. Real grass needs a great deal of water to survive. However, fake grass can provide your family with a beautiful yard without wasting a drop of water.
Artificial Turf Supply Commercial & Residential Division provides artificial turf for commercial and residential projects, including drought-resistant synthetic turf.