Drinking water is a precious resource that, in many parts of the country, is in short supply.
We’ve compiled a variety of how-to articles about rainscaping, drip irrigation, and designing water-thrifty gardens for you from past issues of our bimonthly member magazine, The American Gardener.
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Designing Water-Thrifty Gardens
Using strategies learned from the Southwest, gardeners anywhere can plan and create a beautiful landscape that requires minimal watering.
The Merits of Drip Irrigation
Drip irrigation conserves water, reduces weeding, and is easier to install than most gardeners realize.
Solutions for Soggy Sites
Rather than struggling to “fix” seasonally wet garden sites, try these plant and design tips instead.
By employing a variety of techniques to keep rainwater on their properties, gardeners can play an important role in protecting the health of local watersheds.