Your garden will help to save the environment in which plants provide more oxygen and biological diversity in your area. However, there are some gardening that are actually harmful to the environment, with the most obvious example is the use of artificial fertilizers and pesticides. Use some green living tips to make your garden greener. This will help you to save some money. You should always green tall trees to plant with large leaves near his house. These trees act as natural insulation. In summer your home is much cooler. In winter, more heat is retained inside. The cypress trees are an excellent choice.
Rainwater from the gutter system with the use of rain barrels, place one end in each hole at the bottom of the gutter system of your home when it rains. This way, you will collect enough rainwater; you can be to water your plants. You do not have to use tap water to help you save significantly. What is important for the water collected in a closed container and within no more than two weeks in order to prevent the growth of potentially harmful fungi, bacteria and insects?
Installing solar lights in the garden this is one of the best ways to save energy and money and protect the environment. You can light up from a wide range of tail lamps and decorative track and choose. There are even models shaped rocks for ponds developed. These lights are easy to install and have no wires. Use only solar energy and will work well, even in winter.
Make your own compost. This will save money and reduce your household waste produced. Composting is pretty simple. Then it is necessary to add green and brown plant material from your garden and your table. In fact, you can make all kinds of raw vegetables and fruit scraps. Throw the apple peels and lettuce that has gone bad in the refrigerator in the compost heap. The results will be great. Green living is not as difficult as you might think. Give them a chance to enjoy good results.