With the arrival of the holiday season, the Water District encourages people to think about water conservation when choosing gifts and decorating.
Rain barrels and compost bins are inexpensive gifts that also conserve water. Local Extension offices often sell the items at a reduced rate, and most offer free classes on how to build and use them.
When decorating, use red salvia splendens instead of poinsettias because they require less maintenance once placed in a garden after the holidays. Items found around the home like pinecones, citrus and magnolia leaves make great ingredients for centerpieces.
Author:Bethany Perez Phone: 561-312-7129 Dated: December 1st 2016 Views: 106 About Bethany: ...
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