Tag: water

MGS S01E04 – Xeriscaping: gardens that need very little water

MGS S01E04 – Xeriscaping: gardens that need very little water

23 Aug, '140 Comments

Our viewer Shirley Dockerill asked us to cover the important topic of gardens that need very little water. In other words: xeriscaping. In this episode, I discuss and show what I have personally done in my garden to accommodate the xeriscaping philosophy and show my xeriscaped border and the thriving plants in it. All while […]

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Saabs – Bahrain’s ancient irrigation channels

2 Feb, '111 Comment

We have one old water overflow channel on the side of one of the palm groves near our home and our dog Phoebe and us get great pleasure walking by it and watching the little wildlife that manage to survive there. Guppies abound, and I’ve seen some village children have hunting for frogs and terrapins. […]

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The Pool Angel

The Pool Angel

27 Jul, '074 Comments

The Pool Angel, originally uploaded by malyousif. Here’s wishing you a very peaceful and relaxing weekend my friends…

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Water Emergency Desk on holiday?

Water Emergency Desk on holiday?

17 Feb, '076 Comments

Over the last two or three days I noticed that don’t seem to have enough water in the tanks. I went though the usual investigation process throughout the house to ensure that there are leeks. I checked the garden and the route of the line from the municipality and everything seems to be okay. Logically, […]

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Redistribution of Water Resources, Bahraini style

Redistribution of Water Resources, Bahraini style

5 Feb, '076 Comments

Redistribution of Water Resources, Bahraini style, originally uploaded by malyousif. Ever wonder where all the "temporary lakes" that we have in every neighbourhood in Bahrain after a little rain goes? Here’s your answer. The municipalities contract private companies to remove those lakes… and then it is completely up to the driver (or his management who […]

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