Your outdoor space, whether it’s a grassy yard or a well-maintained garden, is ‘green’ by definition. However, did you know that it may not be as ‘green’ as every gardener hopes it would be? If you notice that your utility bills seem to never go down especially in the summer, your precious garden may very well be one of the culprits. You see, maintaining a garden requires a lot of energy and resources. In the scorching heat of summer, you’re most likely watering your plants more often so they won’t dry out. And while your intentions for doing so is for the good of your garden, most people tend to water their plants inefficiently. The above is just one of the many examples how energy and resources are wasted in the garden. Some may argue that modern gardens are more eco-friendly , but that’s not always the case. In this guide, you’ll learn about seven of the most energy-efficient ways to run your garden. Maximise water usage Everyone knows that plants need water to survive and in fact, even the most drought-resistant plant will still need water. However, most people don’t use water efficiently in their gardens. If anything, […]


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