I have two raised planter beds that I want to run water to. I have a 1" supply line on one side of the backyard in one of the raised planter beds. I also have a 3/4" line that runs under the deck 50ft to the other planter bed on the other side of the back yard. ( pool builder did this). They said I can keep the valves on the supply side and run the 3/4" line to send water to the other side. Right or wrong it's what I have.
So, I need to water sago palms, date palm, birds of paradise, and other small plants. I am thinking either a drip line or bubbler would work much better than a spray head?
So can I run both sides with one valve acting as 1 zone since drip and bubblers use much less pressure?
Can I use a regular brass Anti-siphon like a champion or Orbit or do I need a special drip/bubbler valve?
My plan with one valve was to add a "tee" on the outgoing side of the valve so I could supply both sides of the back yard.
one planter bed is 40' long the other is 21ft long (this one is 50ft away from the water supply.