News Flash


Posted on: June 9, 2023

Brush up on your water-wise gardening basics.

Dog watering

Save with smart watering. 

  • Water outdoors in the morning or evening to minimize evaporation.
  • Let your lawn go golden and dormant — water once a month, and it’ll bounce back in the fall.

Plant perennials in the fall and let nature water your plants all winter long.

Healthy plants need less water. 

  • Build better soil with compost and mulch. Add compost in the spring or fall and cover bare soil with 3 inches of mulch.
  • Right plant, right place. Choose plants that are well suited to the Pacific Northwest climate and need less water.

Let the top few inches of soil dry before watering again. Doing so prevents disease and is good for soil life.

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