officially now, with no end in sight. The corn crop in most places is failing, and if it keeps up the soybeans won’t be far behind. I don’t care much about my grass, and now I’m thinking it’s time to give up on most of my flowers. The adjacent suburb to ours has already restricted watering to three days a week, and it’s only a matter of time before ours follows suit. Maybe things will turn around in a month or two..
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PasadenaSue This is the year I face my fears and love myself!
Living in SoCal I know droughts...
it’s heartbreaking when everything starts dying. Can you use “grey water”? Collect the water from rinsing dishes, and put it on your flowers? Or plant natives that have a better chance of surviving?
I am experimenting with hydroponics for my garden. It uses less water, and grows nice plants. It is more work to get started. I just have to figure out what to do with my now barren backyard…
Hoping that rain comes your way soon.