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An essential element of any successful and healthy garden, water isn't an infinite resource. And as such, we all try and do our best to conserve water and only use what we need. This can be tricky when caring for your outdoor plants in hot weather, especially when temporary use bans are introduced.
That's where we can help. We’ll talk you through four top ways to use water as efficiently as possible in your garden. From recycling leftover water from your domestic chores to collecting and harvesting rainwater, so that none is wasted.
For more advice on caring for your garden during a hot spell, check out our helpful how to article.
Read How to care for your garden in hot weather
Ensuring that your plants have sufficient access to water without being drowned or spoiled is something you'll need to stay on top of at all times, as the weather conditions and the needs of your garden will be shifting and changing regularly. There are a huge variety of irrigation tools available to assist with this, in this guide we'll help you to decide which ones you can use to help your garden reach its full potential.
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Helps save water in your home and garden. Using less water can help save money off your water meter and energy bills (hot water makes up 10-25% of home energy bills!)
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