It is common knowledge that water resources in this world are getting drier as we speak, creating the need to conserve water. The hotter the earth gets, the more haphazard rainfall becomes and before we know it we are living in a world where even water may have to be rationed.
The reason I bring this up today is because I think we all have a part to play when trying to make sure the world will be in a proper condition for our future generations if and when we conserve water. How unfair would it be if our children are left in a world that cannot support their lives? This is why water conservation should be a big part of any garden I believe.
Landscaping gardens is an art, but it is also something that can sometimes mean a lot of water is needed for its maintenance. Water conservation ideas when landscaping can sometimes seem like no-brainers, but can actually be something we do not consider whatsoever when landscaping.
One great idea to conserve water is to have a waterfall that reuses the water in it. Things like using drought-resistance plants, which do not need much water for survival, and surrounding a pond with shrubs and trees so that evaporation is less, are just some basic water conservation ideas which can go a long way. After all, why not do your part to save the planet while making that garden of yours a feast for the eyes?
A site to visit for some water conservation ideas is here