In this Boston Globe article, arborist Daniel Cohen of Hartney Greymont, a Davey company, talks about the best practices for watering during a drought. 

Posted: September 23, 2022

Davey arborist watering a tree.

If your lawn and garden have been losing the battle to this summer’s drought and widespread watering restrictions, the answer may be to plant something different.

One way to fight the climate-driven likelihood of drier summers, experts say, is to plant lawns and gardens with varieties of grasses and perennial plants that do not require frequent watering.

To read Daniel's advice, click here. 

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