Plant watering is a key aspect of effective garden management. This is true even in areas where rainfall is predictable even over the year. Plants draw water from the soil and through an intricate internal plumbing system, deliver it to the rest of the plant.
<h2> The importance of plant watering</h2>
A major factor in the internal distribution of water is the negative pressure by transpiration. Because, apart from succulents, plants are unable to store water; hence they need a constant supply to maintain normal functions and growth. Each species of trees, shrubs or other garden plants has particular water needs.
Moreover, these water needs are dynamic in the sense that, for example, a deciduous tree coming into leaf needs more water in that p