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Twice a Week Watering now Permanent

The Fort Worth City Council adopted the revised Conservation Plan on Tuesday, April 8.  It amended the conservation ordinance to include permanent, year-round no more than twice a week irrigation watering.  Designated watering days are the same as those under Stage 1 Restrictions. No watering 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. remains in effect year-round.

Customers can still water any time or day by hand, drip irrigation or soaker hoses. 

Think Spring. Think Native Plants.

Fort Worth and area cities have partnered with metroplex Home Depot locations 2014 Smartscape EMagand Weston Gardens to bring you special deals on native and adaptive plants. The fairs include educational booths, vendors, master gardeners and city representatives to help with your plant selections. We've also created a unique perspective e-magazine highlighting some of the Texas Smartscape plants.  Click the image to view>>.

The plant sales can be a spring board to transforming your landscape.  So, take a moment and check out all the dates and locations.  The upcoming sales on the west side of the metroplex are listed below. 

April 12
Home Depot, N. US Hwy 287, Mansfield 76063 - 8 a.m. - Noon

April 26
Weston Gardens, 8101 Anglin Dr, Fort Worth 76140 - 8 a.m. - Noon

May 3
Home Depot, 201 Road to Six Flags, Arlington 76011 - 8 a.m. - Noon

After you revamp your landscape with beautiful natives, don't miss the chance to strut your water conserving design by applying for the EcoScape Contest, learn more>> Registration runs through August 16. 

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Fort Worth has year-round watering restrictions. Please report water waste online or use the MyFtWorth app for smartphones. Questions? See Frequently Asked Questions.


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