There are many obvious advantages to using rainwater for watering your lawns and gardens. In Australia, our normally dry conditions make keeping your lawns and gardens beautiful a challenge. Simply put, without water you can’t grow vegetables, keep your lawn green, or your flowers growing. You might as well have a rock garden with a few cactus plants.
Capture your rainwater – that’s a solution.
Gardens and turf need lots of water. Your lawn is made up of millions of blades of grass, and every one of them can sometimes be begging for a drop of water. Even the newer grasses that were engineered for our dry climate need water.
Vegies and Flowers
It’s the same problem with your flowers and vegetables. They need frequent watering. Living in Australia, our water is a precious commodity, highlighted by summer water restrictions in Western Australia particularly. There is a trend these days to collect that rainwater and use it whenever you have dry periods of weather.