Rain barrels are ubiquitous in Belgium, their primary purpose is to water gardens — not lawns. I wonder how different regions of the US use rain barrels. They are not common in Florida, from what I have seen. It may have something to do with the price of water from the tap which, no matter how you add it up, is a lot more expensive than the free stuff from the roof.
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