When you think about saving water, it's easy to think just about your garden. But there are other opportunities. Consider your paved areas, cars, pool or spa. In this section you'll learn how to use and save water all around your home.
Another way to make a valuable contribution to reducing water use is through rainwater collection. It can also help reduce your costs, and improve South Australia's sustainability. For advice on the collection of rainwater for drinking purposes, check out SA Health's handy facts.
Thriving gardens create value in our lives by keeping our gardens and homes cooler, reducing our energy bills, increasing our property’s financial value, and improving our overall wellbeing.
By adopting water efficient techniques, essential in our dry South Australian climate, you can create, maintain and enjoy a green, healthy garden all year round.
Here are few tip and tricks to help you create your water efficient garden – no matter how big or small.
Whether you’re establishing a new garden, revitalising a neglected one or adapting an existing one, it’s important to think about what you want your garden to achieve and how you can make it water efficient.
Here are three tips to set you on a path to success.
For plant specific information contact your local nursery or visit the Nurseries SA website.
While many people let their gardens go during the summer, there are some simple ways you can maintain a healthy green space while remaining water efficient.
These four tips will help keep your garden green without using a lot of water.
While a green, healthy garden provides shade and cooler areas to enjoy, you can reduce temperatures even further with just a small amount of water. Using water to cool your garden can also reduce your reliance on air conditioning and reduce your carbon footprint.