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03 April 18
Despite the recent rainfall, total rainfall over the winter period has been below average and water resources are still low. That’s why Affinity Water is encouraging customers to think about how water can be saved in the garden now spring is approaching.
A water butt is a great way to make the most of rain water. Hoses and sprinklers can use up to 1,000 litres of water an hour – equivalent to more than 12 baths. Rainwater harvesting is a great way to be water efficient so using one will save you money if you are a metered customer.
If you are looking to buy plants, choose ones that thrive in dry conditions to help you reduce the amount you water your garden. These include: Alyssum, Geraniums, cornflowers French and African Marigolds, Petunias, Aquilegia, Campanula and Heuchera lavender. Look for the full sun symbol on the plant labels when buying new plants as this indicates their tolerance to dry conditions.
Here are a few water saving tips that can help you save water throughout the year in the garden. For more water saving information and to purchase some FREE water saving devices, visit: www.affinitywater.co.uk/save-water
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