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Although water restrictions have eased in some parts of the state, California is still facing one of the worst water shortages in recent history. Even if you live in a part of the state that doesn’t have very restrictive water usage rules, practicing good water conservation is the responsible thing to do for your fellow Californians and for the planet as a whole. Here are some quick tips on ways you can reduce your household’s water consumption:

  • Don’t use potable water to rinse off sidewalks, driveways, and other outdoor areas
  • Turn off outdoor irrigation systems for 48 hours following any measurable rainfall
  • Construct a water-catch system to collect rainfall that can be used to water your yard or garden
  • Plant flowers, shrubs, and other greenery that are drought-resistant (native plants typically require less water than non-native species)

For more tips on how you can become more water responsible, visit a nursery and garden in San Jose that specializes in water conservation products and solutions. Nursery experts can give you water conservation tips and pointers that will lower the amount of water you need to maintain your landscape without affecting the beauty of your outdoor living space.

 

101 Home Water Conservation Guide