|"Given the nation's propensity for hosing driveways during droughts, I can't help thinking that a copy of Waterwise House & Garden should be mandatory reading for all households . . . Invaluable companion reading to the big, glossy gardening books - it will show you how the garden of your dreams can sit lightly on the land."|
Good Reading Sep 2003
". . . an accessible and informative resource guaranteed to help you reduce the environmental impact of everyday living, and dramatically reduce your household water bill in the process."
acsGarden.com, 13 Oct 2003
"Windust shows us that a beautiful and water-conserving garden is simply a matter of good plant selection, soil improvement and efficient watering practice."
Habitat Australia, April 2003
"Given the recent drought and the dry nature of our continent … this new book is a timely offering."
Burke's Backyard Magazine, April 2003
"The drought has been a timely reminder of just how precious water is; this guide can help you cut your home and garden water consumption in half."
Grass Roots, April/May 2003
"This is an excellent small book for anyone wishing to save water in their garden."
Andrew Seccull (The Age 22 March 2003)
"In the world's driest continent, this book should become a bible."
Domain - The Age, 19 March 2003
"This timely and practical guide by Victorian author Allan Windust can help you to minimise your water usage at home and design a garden that tolerates less watering."
Country Style, March 2003
"Allan Windust's book shows how you can cut your water bills and keep a good garden"
Herald Sun, 1 March 2003
"Allan Windust skips the politics of the drought and focuses on practicalities…"
The Weekend Australian, 1-2 March 2003