If your garden lacks life and the plants seem to be wilting, your plants are probably dehydrated and need a little extra care. It is fairly easy to spot dryness in plants and there are some obvious and some not-so-obvious reasons for dehydration in plants. However, with proper knowledge and care, a dehydrated plant can be cured.
Drought prone regions often call for smarter garden watering practices as water is an extremely precious commodity. In fact, authorities in some places will even impose water restrictions thereby limiting water usage of households. If you live in a drought prone region, you have probably already mastered the art of gardening with water restrictions in place. But even if you do not have to really worry about water restrictions, it is a good idea to be an environmentally conscious gardener and conserve water anyway.
Believe it or not, gardens account for about 25% of water usage in a household and a lot of this is due to unnecessary wastage that can be avoided if you are conscientious. To optimize your usage of water, some of these garden watering restriction tips might be worth considering.