Seasons Change and so does Your Lawn's Thirst
The changing of the seasons reminds us of the cycle of life. Cooler temperatures, less daylight and the leaves falling signal the plants and animals to get ready for winter and a much deserved rest. After all, California summers are hot and getting even hotter!
Your outdoor landscapes need regular watering throughout the summer to stay alive, hydrated and to continue to look beautiful. But now, as the seasons begin to change, your lawns, flower beds, gardens and trees do not need the same amount of irrigation to thrive. As the days fade, so should our outdoor water usage.