Avoid Over-watering in Your Association

With temperatures already on the rise, you may be worrying about keeping our plants watered and thriving. While plants die without proper water, the same is true of plants that receive too much water. It is easy to tell when a plant is dying from lack of water (by becoming dry and brittle), but it’s not always so easy to tell when they’re being over-watered. Here are a few signs to help your HOA make sure area plants and flowers are receiving the proper amounts of water. You’ll keep your plants alive and save on the water bill – it’s a win-win!    Read the article…………….


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