The St. Johns River Water Management District manages groundwater and surface water supplies in all or part of 18 northeast and east-central Florida counties.

More ideas from SJRWMD

Plants for moist soil conditions — Find shrubs, flowers, ground covers and more that thrive in the low-lying, moist areas of your yard.

Waterwise landscaping saves water. It’s a common sense way to landscape that conserves water, reduces the use of chemicals and fertilizers, and protects the environment. The main objective is to establish and maintain a healthy landscape by matching the right plants with existing site conditions so that the use of additional resources — such as water, fertilizer, pesticides and labor — is minimized.

Let nature work for you — Find information about the zones in your yard and how you can create beautiful landscapes with the right plants for each zone.

Need help determining what should go in your landscape? Find tips here.

Enter information about your yard — soil conditions, sunlight needs, etc. — and find a list of plants suited to grow there

Drought-tolerant plants — Need a flowering plant that tolerates dry conditions? Check out the African bush daisy and other drought-tolerant flowers in the online waterwise landscaping guide.

Saving in the shower — You can get a luxury shower and still save water. Check out information about water-efficient showerheads.

How much water do you use? — Knowing how much water you use each day can help you determine where you can save. Visit this interactive home water survey.

Build in water efficiency — See how the Florida Water Star certification guidelines can help your home or business save water and money.

Saving water in the bathroom — Upgrade your toilet for a newer, efficient model and save. Some leaky toilets can waste up to 200 gallons per day.