Traditionally, grass has often been watered with sprinklers. If this is done during the day, some of the water evaporates without being used. For this reason, more intelligent, efficient and water-saving systems are increasingly making their mark.
The most elegant solution - which is more or less standard for professionals - takes the form of pop-up sprinklers. You can now find excellent landscape gardeners who specialise in laying this type of sprinkler. Investing in such a system brings peace of mind for years, allowing lawn owners to water their lawns comfortably at the press of a button or using a watering computer. However, people who prefer traditional sprinklers can find varieties at specialist outlets that can be precisely configured for the shape and size of the lawn in question. As a result, only the grass is watered - and not half of the entire garden. The best watering time, according to agricultural scientists, is very early in the morning between 3 and 6 a.m. You do not have to get up early for this - use a timer or watering computer.