When your faucet drips, it wastes water. But when your irrigation drips, it could be using water wisely. Drip irrigation uses a low pressure, low volume method of applying water directly to the base of plants or at the roots.
If you have a small landscape area, are setting up a container garden, or need to water individual plants instead of a large area of turf, drip might be the watering method for you.
As mentioned a few weeks ago in this Tip of the Week, watering slowly is an effective way to use water efficiently.
A drip irrigation system waters slowly and with precision, getting the water right to the spots that need it most and takings its time to do so.
Talk with Camelot Design about where drip irrigation might benefit your landscape. When used correctly, it can make every drop of water count, saving you money and helping your plants thrive.