CCWD recommends cutting back watering times on your sprinklers in September.
We suggest watering your lawn three days a week, and your trees, shrubs and groundcover only one to two days per week. Look to our guide for the particulars on operating different types of sprinklers.
Even though it can still get plenty hot in Contra Costa County in September, the days are noticeably getting shorter and the sun is at a lower angle. That means less sunlight and your plants will need less water.
Remove Your Lawn Class in September
Lawn Removal, with Kat Weiss will be held at the Ruth Bancroft Garden on Saturday, Sept. 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Learn how to remove and replace your lawn in this informative and hands-on workshop. CCWD is a co-sponsor of these classes.