Yes. Lantana will soon offer rainwater to irrigate your lawn. How much does it take to mimic a 1/2 inch rain, you ask? Research has shown that every square foot would need .31 of gallon to equal a 1/2″ rain. Therefore, a typical quarter acre residential lot can have approximately 8,000 square feet of lawn coverage. This translates to almost 2500 gallons of water. That’s a lot of water. It becomes clear that using native and drought tolerant plants and grasses is a wise choice.