Watering the garden and surrounding landscape is a necessity in order for plants to thrive. Even drought tolerant plants require water now and then. But when do you water plants in the garden? How should you water and with what type of irrigation method? Learn answers to these questions and more as well as techniques used cut down on watering maintenance in the articles that follow.
Can you irrigate plants with aquarium water? You certainly can. In fact, all of that fish poop and those uneaten food particles can do your plants a world of good. Learn more about watering indoor or outdoor plants with aquarium water in this article.
Watering plants by hand or a hose can be time consuming and drip irrigation is normally a better way of supplying them with what they need. That said, these can also challenges and drawbacks. Learn about drip irrigation problems and solutions here.
While we are all conscious of the safe quality of our drinking water, we may not be so aware of the quality of the water we are giving to our plants. Learn about water quality in gardens and testing water for plants in this article.
Gardeners and landscapers often refer to the root zone of plants. So what is a root zone, exactly? Learn what the root zone of plants is, and the importance of watering the root zone using the information found in this article.
?Be sure to water it well when planting it.? I say this phrase several times a day to my garden center customers. But what does it mean to water well when planting? Click this article to learn how to water new garden plants.
Garden lore is full of interesting methods of treating and preventing diseases. Even though treating plants with hot water sounds like it should be one of those crazy home remedies, it can actually be very effective when applied properly. Learn more here.
If you?re curious about soaker hoses stocked alongside regular hoses in the garden store, take a few minutes to investigate their many benefits. That funny-looking hose is one of the best gardening investments you can make. Learn more here.
Using graywater to irrigate lawns and gardens saves a precious natural resource with little or no effect on plants, especially during periods of drought when water use is restricted. This article explains more.