It’s insanely hot around here. Can’t step out of the house. But my home remains cool because of the AC. The garden has really developed well, so I get a lot of fresh air. But there is a water crisis. As long as Bangalore does not run out of water, I am happy. If the city runs out of water, forget Writer99025, even Azim Premji, the software billionaire and richest man in Bangalore, will have to leave the city. [My garden takes up 95% of my home’s water consumption. I will have tough choices to make, if this gets worse.Already I am having the garden watered once in two days. Let’s see what happens.]
Not so easy…it is morally wrong to let the plants wither away and die because of not watering them. That’s the very last option.
Oh no that I understand.
Right now you are watering 3 times a week, I don’t know your local city laws, but where I lived in Texas, due to drought, they restricted watering starting at 3 times a week to 2 to finally one.
Saving plants are a great ideal, but of course, saving resources for human life is a bit more paramount I’m sure.
Have some Icecream and do not stop watering your Garden
When you said you might buy a property in Rishikesh, I thought that was a good idea.
You have a good heart, I´m glad to know that you care about the plants.
Yeah, but buying property takes time.
@writer99025 You can always do a research first (Edited: gather as much info, check out the areas and property, etc, yes it´s a lot of hassle), take your time. It always takes time to find the best property
That’s what I plan to do, if I take off to North India in May.
@writer99025 I wish you get the best deal with the property project
I water my plants every day Its brutal not to water potted plants ,that’s why…