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A Change of Season Requires Outdoor Watering Changes

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Friday, October 26, 2018
A Change of Season Requires Outdoor Watering Changes

The changing of the seasons is beautiful with the amazing colors of the Fall foliage. With the arrival of the new season, accompanied by cooler, moist weather, Sally-Save-Water® recommends that you change your landscape watering schedule. Outdoor plants simply require less water during the Fall season.

Even though we are all so busy getting our to do list taken care of...remember to add this item to it:

✔️Change outdoor watering schedule

Review your plants cold weather needs, and let’s save planet Earth’s water everyday in every way. Sally-Save-Water® appreciates you taking a moment to adjust your outdoor watering timers, this week.

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