Get Growing This Fall!

Here’s a message from the City’s water conservation division:

The hot days of summer are over, but the soil is still warm. Shorter, cooler days means plants require less water, and soon winter’s rains will do the watering for you. Planting now will give your landscape time to develop and establish roots so that they’re ready to take advantage of spring’s growth spurt. Visit for more tips from nursery experts who offer a variety of beautiful, low-water plants and irrigation tools at their locations. Check them out and then—Get Growing!

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