Keeping your garden flowering or producing fruit takes a combination of things, but adequate water is one of the most important. Plush, green lawns need attention from water too. Once you’ve done a quality job of watering your plants thoroughly, the roots will extend deep into the soil and provide both stability and durability for your lawn.
For instance, Bermuda grass needs 1-1.25 inches of water a week to keep its color during the summer – and more if your soil is sandy. What do you do if you don’t live somewhere which receives that amount of water from a natural source? You purchase sprinklers.