Dry Streams, Rain Gardens and Bog Gardens
connecting dry streams where a client previously had erosion and washing problems. The rain gardens help to slow the water temporarily and allow the rain water to soak in, but they do not allow standing water.
Dry creek to control xs rain run off
Dry creek bed for run off
Dry creek bed for a steep slope
The dry creek bed to help stop erosion.
dry creek beds are good where there is natural paths of erosion; They look
dry creekbed to reduce erosion, plants that like wet feet
dry creek bed for water runoff
Dry rock creek bed for water issues. Landscape with ferns, sedges and reeds.
simple as a dry creek bed might be all that's needed to slow the flow of water, reduce the chances of erosion and give the water time to seep into the soil. In a setting like this forest, a simple palette of native plants that don't mind having their toes wet (think ferns, sedges and reeds) will appear right