Yes, especially at old house. This area is just going to be a narrow walk to be able trim banks roses (that need every 2 wks cutting)
Even so, for me it is worth burying as water would just evaporate here otherwise.
When I'd cut them, at old house, I'd just piece them back together. And I can only use the big size, as little ones just stop up w our alkaline water.
This all slopes down slightly so water should just get to roots. That's might intention anyway.
If I had stayed at old house, my plan was future soaker hoses would be threaded through pvc that had holes drilled in it to prevent most cuts. Any water for flowers on top of soil is a waste here. It's like our dry rain.
Date: 05/06/07 08:32:22
Subject: [SPAM] Re: [iris-photos] Junk Mail Use in Yard
In a message dated 5/6/2007 8:48:16 A.M. Central Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<<trench dug for new sprinkler & soaker>>
Linda, do you ever dig into buried hoses? Before I moved out here (2003) I buried my soaker hoses. Unfortunately, I dug into them on several occasions. Now, I just lay them on top of the ground. Not quite as efficient, but I find it safer.
The price of hoses is rising as fast as the price of potting soil in my part of the country.