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A seminar will teach you how to create this natural way to control runoff in your yard
China Bushell saved to Bioswale Rain Gardens
It's a beautiful flower bed—and a reservoir for yard and roof runoff
Amy Jester saved to outdoor living
Protecting soil and water is a topic that is on a lot of minds these days. As regular consumers of water (I try to get my 8 glasses a day) we want our water to be clean. We don’t want it poll…
Chris Mous saved to Gardening
When you plant a rain garden, you do your part for the environment, filtering runoff and protecting groundwater. Pick the right plants and you're also rewarded with a beautiful garden!
Cindy Morris saved to Gardening
Creating a rain garden is one of the landscaping ideas that will filter runoff and protect the groundwater in your yard. This design is easier to execute with the help of this guide to making one in your own landscape.
A rain garden in Maryland. | Photo by Amanda Rockler As rain pours down rooftops, through gutters, across lawns and into culverts, it collects pollutants and carries these toxins and bits of trash into local rivers and streams. Along the way, rain collects in depressions in the landscape, which often
Carol Morris saved to garden
Struggling with standing water in your yard? Here’s a list of the best plants by zones that absorb water. In this post, you will find water-loving trees, shrubs and plants.
Dori Stimple saved to Flowers and Gardens
No matter your personal tastes and lifestyle, there is usually a way to enjoy gardening at home. Whether you and your family have a house in the suburbs or you're living alone in an apartment, everyone can make it work.
Interested in creating a beautiful and sustainable rain garden in your yard (and attracting more birds and bees)? Check out our tips on how to get started.
Roxanne Moranty saved to Garden 22
By building a rain garden, you can divert your gutter water into an attractive planting bed that works like a sponge and natural filter to clean the water and let it percolate slowly into the surrounding soil. Follow these steps to build one in your yard.
This Old House saved to Garden Design