A flower irrigation system provides many important benefits for homeowners and businesses, including time savings with automation, efficient watering with direct irrigation, and much more. It is no wonder that flower irrigation systems are becoming very popular all over the world.
If you are just starting to plan and install a flower irrigation system for your garden, this is the place to start. It all starts with effective planning, and this guide will walk you through each step of the process to get it right the first time. If you need further assistance, you can contact one of our friendly staff and ask any other questions you may have.
Advantages of an automatic irrigation system for a beautiful garden:
- Plants and flowers do not get all the water they need from nature.
- The automatic watering system allows:
- regularly supply the water needed by the plants.
- Maintain the health of your landscape.
- Save free time for leisure and relaxation.
- Watering the garden even on vacation.
- Use rainwater by using water pits and rainwater harvesting devices.
- Save water compared to using a hose pipe (up to 80% water savings).
- Continue to water the garden when watering from the hose is prohibited.
- You will increase the value of your home when you need to sell it.
What is automatic watering?
Automatic watering is a method of supplying water to the garden area without any effort, using a simple network of pipes and sockets hidden in the garden. There are different types of irrigation systems for watering specific areas of the garden. These include pop-up irrigation systems for watering lawn areas, micro sprinklers, sprinklers and mini irrigation systems for large plant areas, and drip irrigation systems for precise watering of plants in borders and containers.
Types of automatic garden irrigation systems
Pop-up irrigation sprinkler systems
Pop-up irrigation systems are the best automatic watering systems that are rapidly gaining popularity among homeowners in Lithuania. All pipes and sprinklers are buried underground, so they are completely hidden from prying eyes. When the system is turned on, the pop-up sprinklers rise from the ground, and when the system is turned off, they descend again. Pop-up sprinkler systems are ideal for a variety of garden types and are primarily used for watering grass, but can also be used for flower beds and borders.
Drip irrigation systems
Drip irrigation systems are the most efficient garden watering systems, designed to deliver water precisely to the plant roots. They work by using a network of pipes that run water around the garden, then connect drip sprinklers and place them near the base of the plants. Because drip sprinklers release water slowly, you can better control the amount of water supplied and avoid wasting water. These sprinklers are ideal for borders and flower beds, vegetable beds, greenhouses, hanging baskets and container plants.
These systems are widely used in gardens and are a very popular choice because they spray well over a large area, making them economical compared to drip irrigation systems. When you turn on such a system, you will see how a fantastic spray of water spreads in the air and moistens the plants like rain.