Brilliant water cisterns catch rain water to use for irrigation

Brilliant water cisterns catch rain water to use for irrigation. Our rain barrel over flowed.

Unthirsty groundcovers organized into bands feature six kinds of succulents, three kinds of shrubs, and one kind of grass that get watered weekly using a drip-irrigation system and need little trimming.

Water-Wise Garden Design Guide

Case study: Tailored & textured - Water-Wise Flowers to Plant - Sunset Mobile

What's great about this rain cistern is that it fits right onto your rain gutter to collect runoff during a storm. Unlike many other rain collecting devices, it really won't take up much space in your yard at all. The watering can easily pops out and can use the spout at the bottom of the cistern to refill.     Dimensions: Integrated 5 liter can; 75 liter reservoir. Fill during rainfall with excess falling down through drainpipe.

What's great about this rain cistern is that it fits right onto your rain gutter to collect runoff during a storm. Unlike many other rain collecting devices, it really won't take up much space in your yard at all. The watering can easily pops out and can use the spout at the bottom of the cistern to refill. Dimensions: Integrated 5 liter can; 75 liter reservoir. Fill during rainfall with excess falling down through drainpipe.

Finally! the New york Botanical Garden Shop...love!

Dramm Garden Hoses in Bright Colors - eclectic - irrigation equipment - The New York Botanical Garden Shop

Succulant Garden - if we ever live in a desert, I'm filling my yard with things like these. Adds green.

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Id give myself a heart attack every time i water my plants..Hose Clothes - eclectic - irrigation equipment - - by Grandin Road

Id give myself a heart attack every time i water my plants.Hose Clothes - eclectic - irrigation equipment - - by Grandin Road

Easy Ways to Manage Stormwater for Lower Bills and a Healthier Earth (1 / 8) One of the key concepts for capturing and keeping the water that falls in your yard is permeability. Gravel walkways and soil thats cultivated and mulched (instead of raked into submission and with all organic material removed) create the ideal surface to absorb water.

Send cleaner runoff into local waterways and spend less on yard irrigation with these simple landscaping approaches

Garden on the Arroyo | Architecture: Ward Jewell & Associates Architect | Water Sculpture:  Yoshikawa

Garden on the Arroyo - eclectic - landscape - los angeles - by Lisa Gimmy Landscape Architecture

Love the look of this one best....this could be good for the front drainage one near butterfly garden - lots of plants in there too

this could be good for the front drainage one near butterfly garden - lots of plants in there too

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