This is not going be "by the book" or pretty. Went on a service call yesterday, ticket said to move a head. I get there and it's a bit more than that. Home is a "group home" for 8 or so Down Syndrome kids. They recently added a small swimming pool and some new hydrangeas and arborvitaes. Existing sprinklers are a hodge podge, has some pgp mixed with mists on same zones. Budget is extremely limited. Controller is maxed (6 zone). Water pressure is observed as very good with existing pgps. I already moved the PGP that was inside the fenced pool area and put it outside. Also removed the PGP in new bed area "ii". Not sure what to do with the grass area in the middle. The one PGP (#7 nozzle) hits the corner of the house. The new beds area behind it and on side of it, of course have nothing irrigating them. Did I mention the budget for this group home is extremely limited? I could just change that pgp to a few 360* mist located in the grass area, and hit everything including the beds. Any other ideas, remembering the low low budget. No new controller, no new zones. They just want to keep the grass and shrubs alive and all done by the auto sprinkler system. Up to now they have been watering the new plantings with a hose.