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Rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants. Still, it is a good idea to plan for water discharge into an area away from buildings. Seasonal pools like this one are a good solution, and they're a valuable habitat for amphibians and other wildlife. These ponds dry up in the summer, so they don't encourage mosquitoes.
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to Why Fall Is the Best Time for Planting
Less watering means lower maintenance. If you plant in spring or summer, more often than not you have to dutifully keep up with watering during those first few weeks or months. Constant observation of your new darlings gets tedious as the heat ramps ups. When planting in fall, I water the plants in their pots a few hours before digging so they can soak up what they need, then I stick them in the ground and leave until forever. Now, I’m talking perennials here. For shrubs and trees, it’s good to thoroughly water the soil in the new hole to get it nice and tight around the new roots you’ve teased out from the root ball, and a warm day in January might be perfect for watering if it’s been a dry winter. But I easily plant perennials into early November here in zone 5, in Nebraska (find your zone).
Falon Land Studio LLC added this to How Grading Shapes the Ground and Manages Stormwater
Rain gardens. One of the reasons rain gardens have become so popular is that they are very effective for infiltrating rainwater in home landscapes. You can direct roof runoff from your downspout to a swale that ends in a rain garden, or use a rain garden at the foot of a hill to collect runoff. The amazing thing about the ground is that it absorbs and cleanses water through the process of infiltration. The more you can mimic the natural process of infiltration in your landscape, the fewer problems you will have in managing runoff. Even a lawn with a gradual (2 percent) slope and a good soil for infiltration will effectively let rainwater soak in. The size and location of a rain garden or an infiltration lawn will depend on your climate and annual rainfall. A landscape architect can advise you on the design of an infiltration area that fits within an overall grading plan.More: Understand Your Site Plan for a Better Landscape Design

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rain garden
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rain garden
optigal added this to Outside-Nodes-and-plaza
February 19, 2015
wet season
zev4 added this to Farm and Garden
February 17, 2015
tall grasses as snake/frog/bug habitat
carollowell added this to Landscape
February 15, 2015
A Rain Garden on the south slope?
alstencil added this to new house
February 10, 2015
rain garden for run off
andyrobles added this to Landscape Ideas
February 8, 2015
Rain garden
cookscottage added this to Thresholds- creating pause, micro climates, entrance & exit
February 4, 2015
Rain garden at bottom of property connecting Sucklings creek w forest & garden
sandyjak added this to Landscape Ideas
February 1, 2015
Rocks in the creek. Looks natural.
mmalencheck added this to mmalencheck's Ideas
January 25, 2015
Rock pond
kcweitzel added this to Landscape Ideas
January 25, 2015
Rain garden
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January 25, 2015
rain garden
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January 24, 2015
flowing water
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January 21, 2015
rain garden
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January 21, 2015
Rain gardens
mpiscitello added this to Landscaping Ideas
January 21, 2015
hmmm?
miker2 added this to Canoebrook Interior Ideas
January 20, 2015
for ditch between our house and Marc's
pc1962 added this to pc1962's Ideas
January 17, 2015
Stonehouse wet area idea
Deborah Heuerman added this to deborah_heuerman's ideas
January 17, 2015
Rain gardens. One of the reasons rain gardens have become so popular is that they are very effective for infiltrating rainwater in home landscapes. You can direct roof runoff from your downspout to a swale that ends in a rain garden, or use a rain garden at the foot of a hill to collect runoff. The amazing thing about the ground is that it absorbs and cleanses water through the process of infiltration.
chrissie01 added this to How to Move Water Through Your Landscape
January 16, 2015
Rain gardens. One of the reasons rain gardens have become so popular is that they are very effective for infiltrating rainwater in home landscapes. You can direct roof runoff from your downspout to a swale that ends in a rain garden, or use a rain garden at the foot of a hill to collect runoff. The amazing thing about the ground is that it absorbs and cleanses water through the process of infiltration. The more you can mimic the natural process of infiltration in your landscape, the fewer problems you will have in managing runoff. Even a lawn with a gradual (2 percent) slope and a good soil for infiltration will effectively let rainwater soak in. The size and location of a rain garden or an infiltration lawn will depend on your climate and annual rainfall. A landscape architect can advise you on the design of an infiltration area that fits within an overall grading plan.
Debbie Gallo added this to Willlow wall project
January 15, 2015
rain garden
Rochelle Bailey added this to Exterior Ideas
January 15, 2015
rain garden
jbeato added this to Landscape Ideas
January 15, 2015
rain garden
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January 15, 2015
rain garden and runoff gardens
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January 15, 2015
Backyard ideas
hopelessme added this to Porch/Patio Landscape
January 14, 2015
Rain gardens
denken added this to Upper Terrace
January 14, 2015
make a small river garden at the sewer cap
wover added this to Outdoor
January 14, 2015
rain runoff garden
Wendy Bly added this to Landscape Ideas
January 14, 2015
Rain garden for roof water infiltration system a good idea. Would like to incorporate this in a couple places in our landscape.
nanette32005 added this to Save's after 10/15
January 14, 2015
Rain gardens. One of the reasons rain gardens have become so popular is that they are very effective for infiltrating rainwater in home landscapes. You can direct roof runoff from your downspout to a swale that ends in a rain garden, or use a rain garden at the foot of a hill to collect runoff. The amazing thing about the ground is that it absorbs and cleanses water through the process of infiltration. The more you can mimic the natural process of infiltration in your landscape, the fewer problems you will have in managing runoff. Even a lawn with a gradual (2 percent) slope and a good soil for infiltration will effectively let rainwater soak in. The size and location of a rain garden or an infiltration lawn will depend on your climate and annual rainfall. A landscape architect can advise you on the design of an infiltration area that fits within an overall grading plan.
bazziegirl added this to Landscape Ideas
January 14, 2015
Rain gardens. One of the reasons rain gardens have become so popular is that they are very effective for infiltrating rainwater in home landscapes. You can direct roof runoff from your downspout to a swale that ends in a rain garden, or use a rain garden at the foot of a hill to collect runoff. The amazing thing about the ground is that it absorbs and cleanses water through the process of infiltration.
ab1999 added this to gardening
January 14, 2015
rain garden
susanbaker1 added this to Treehouse
January 14, 2015
Drainage
jlvliet added this to jlvliet's Ideas
January 14, 2015
Keep the back slope natural and prevent runoff
micnlav added this to Landscape
January 13, 2015
rain garden
jackte added this to jackte's ideas
January 12, 2015
to save rain water....
gummy_doo added this to Gummy Outdoor
January 12, 2015
Rain garden for Storm water management.
sceresa added this to Yard
January 10, 2015
Rain garden!
Kellie Austin added this to garden
January 9, 2015
Rain garden
carolcolin added this to 89 VICTORIA
January 8, 2015
rain garden for wet areas
mashishimos added this to ERF 254
January 7, 2015
through out the woods under trees to preserve the water.
joelle_b_chapman added this to joelle_b_chapman's ideas
January 5, 2015
Rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants. Still, it is a good idea to plan for water discharge into an area away from buildings. Seasonal pools like this one are a good solution, and they're a valuable habitat for amphibians and other wildlife. These ponds dry up in the summer, so they don't encourage mosquitoes.
shmelly added this to landscaping
January 5, 2015
rain drainage?
clover88 added this to Outdoor
January 4, 2015
use rain from north side of house
gingergmorrison added this to GARDENING
January 4, 2015
Do a RAIN GGARDEN
heidianns added this to Backyard
January 4, 2015
Rocks and grasses for the swale.
potter99 added this to potter99's Ideas
January 3, 2015
Swale
marylee23 added this to laverne
January 3, 2015
example of rain garden when full
mjkjrobinson added this to garden
January 2, 2015
Awesome stream, cool concept
pellison3 added this to Landscaping
January 2, 2015
Rain Garden! Need to research
akreihmann added this to Backyard
January 2, 2015
Rain garden
marmarmish added this to Garden
January 2, 2015
Rain gardens
lisamullin added this to lisamullin's ideas
January 2, 2015
rain garden
jibram33 added this to Number 1
January 1, 2015
Rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants. Still, it is a good idea to plan for water discharge into an area away from buildings. Seasonal pools like this one are a good solution, and they're a valuable habitat for amphibians and other wildlife. These ponds dry up in the summer, so they don't encourage mosquitoes.
kgo4it added this to Garden Inspiration
January 1, 2015
Rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants.
orchids7 added this to house looks
January 1, 2015
Pond
2catslivehere added this to 2catslivehere's ideas
January 1, 2015
Dry river
cynthiaelliott added this to Landscape Ideas
January 1, 2015
Creek looking
darkwings added this to Gardens
January 1, 2015
rain garden
rachellem added this to outside
December 31, 2014
Rain garden: Look for existing low points in your yard at least 10 feet away from property lines and houses, but near the impervious surface that's causing the runoff.
clynch60 added this to clynch60's ideas
December 31, 2014
Rock placement in the rain garden.
mhlarkins added this to mhlarkins's Ideas
December 31, 2014
Wetlands
roserustler added this to garden
December 31, 2014
rain garden
William Greene added this to Gardens
December 31, 2014
Rain gardens. One of the reasons rain gardens have become so popular is that they are very effective for infiltrating rainwater in home landscapes. You can direct roof runoff from your downspout to a swale that ends in a rain garden, or use a rain garden at the foot of a hill to collect runoff. The amazing thing about the ground is that it absorbs and cleanses water through the process of infiltration.
Silvana Mantoani added this to silvana_mantoani's ideas
December 31, 2014
Rain Garden
jessmcconnan added this to landscape
December 31, 2014
rain garden
lynne1639 added this to lynne1639's ideas
December 31, 2014
different sized rocks in riverbed
shestier added this to Garden
December 31, 2014
Grass
Evelyn Kennedy added this to gardens
December 31, 2014
rain garden looks lovely and natural
cannrivera added this to Garden Ideas
December 31, 2014
river bed.....water rock
christietoo added this to FUTURE WOODLAND GARDEN
December 31, 2014
RAIN GARDEN Rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants. Still, it is a good idea to plan for water discharge into an area away from buildings. Seasonal pools like this one are a good solution, and they're a valuable habitat for amphibians and other wildlife. These ponds dry up in the summer, so they don't encourage mosquitoes.
julie0911 added this to julie0911's Favorites
December 31, 2014
Rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants. Still, it is a good idea to plan for water discharge into an area away from buildings. Seasonal pools like this one are a good solution, and they're a valuable habitat for amphibians and other wildlife. These ponds dry up in the summer, so they don't encourage mosquitoes.
jehmig890 added this to jehmig890's ideas
December 31, 2014
rain garden
keek864 added this to Patio Ideas
December 31, 2014
rocks and grass for rain garden
mangoroad added this to driveway and parking
December 31, 2014
Idea for entry low spot.
Karen Gizzi added this to Landscape Ideas
December 31, 2014
Should do this in the swale corners of the yard
mammacat1 added this to Landscape Ideas
December 31, 2014
Front yard idea
janeiaculli added this to janeiaculli's ideas
December 31, 2014
spring creek falls
Wayne Lee added this to Front Yard
December 31, 2014
Seasonable pools
Kathleen Marineau added this to Landscaping
December 30, 2014
rock dry/wet stream in front yard
louiswu added this to 鑫富都
December 29, 2014
小溪
ptw729 added this to ptw729's Ideas
December 29, 2014
Rain garden: swale with rocks to direct rain water
Sandy Salm added this to Gabriola
December 28, 2014
we need rocks in our little stream
nichol1 added this to Inspiration
December 28, 2014
For the part down by shed
corletzi3 added this to corletzi3's Favorites
December 28, 2014
Rain garden idea
luv2beachcomb added this to Landscape & container planting
December 26, 2014
Swale or roof gutters drain into the rain garden.
mkellyva added this to mkellyva's ideas
November 5, 2014
creek idea
Hellene Abbott added this to Gardens
October 30, 2014
Love this riverbed feature ..
babyss57 added this to babyss57's ideas
October 28, 2014
creek love it for my back yard
melgolden added this to Backyard
October 27, 2014
Man made creek
liz_f added this to Garden
October 26, 2014
Stream and grasses
tilde17 added this to Landscape Ideas
October 20, 2014
rain garden 2
imissliberty added this to imissliberty's ideas
October 17, 2014
This is how a stream or pond should look: natural.
kbisignano added this to kbisignano's Ideas
October 15, 2014
Rocks
christietoo added this to FUTURE GARDEN IDEAS
October 15, 2014
WATER WAY Less watering means lower maintenance. If you plant in spring or summer, more often than not you have to dutifully keep up with watering during those first few weeks or months. Constant observation of your new darlings gets tedious as the heat ramps ups. When planting in fall, I water the plants in their pots a few hours before digging so they can soak up what they need, then I stick them in the ground and leave until forever. Now, I’m talking perennials here. For shrubs and trees, it’s good to thoroughly water the soil in the new hole to get it nice and tight around the new roots you’ve teased out from the root ball, and a warm day in January might be perfect for watering if it’s been a dry winter. But I easily plant perennials into early November here in zone 5, in Nebraska (find your zone).
samsven added this to samsven's ideas
October 14, 2014
peaceful
jellyjoke added this to Pond
October 14, 2014
Natural
Rita Schneider added this to rita_schneider's ideas
October 14, 2014
Rocks!
Vanessa Wuth added this to Landscape Ideas
October 14, 2014
Natural grasses with pebble river
kimberlypatterson3211 added this to landscape
October 13, 2014
dry creekbed
gearino added this to gearino's Ideas
October 13, 2014
Would like to duplicate in my yard
Mohan Lal Goyal added this to mohanlal_goyal's ideas
October 13, 2014
un touched nature
pradoterrace added this to landscaping
October 13, 2014
drainage
cloudydaze added this to cloudydaze's ideas
October 12, 2014
Good mix of large and small stones, scattered, random looking
hawksridge added this to hawksridge's ideas
October 12, 2014
I am all for this ! With no sprinkler system, watering here can take a large amount of time. Less watering time means more planting time !
liatyosi added this to out door
October 12, 2014
כמו בטבע
adrianserafim added this to GARDEN
October 12, 2014
Arrangement stones, plants, water..
sistamoonsprout added this to Kids Ideas
October 12, 2014
water features
jhquig added this to Landscape Ideas
October 12, 2014
using different sized boulders creates a more natural look
ewrae added this to ewrae's ideas
October 12, 2014
landscape
silver49 added this to bathroom
October 12, 2014
Attractive idea for runoff and small stream
mohnas added this to mohnas's ideas
October 12, 2014
Nature, Grass and Water. It was done every thing live from the water.
mjkjrobinson added this to Landscape Ideas
October 11, 2014
very interesting i forgot how good it is to plant inautum
Impossible Bebong added this to bebong's ideas
October 11, 2014
brings back childhood memories :)
Jessica McCoy added this to outdoor
October 11, 2014
stone and water
rudy4dawgs added this to yard
October 11, 2014
grass right up to and into the new Green Roots dry stream in back.
ingridenerwin added this to ingridenerwin's Ideas
October 11, 2014
Natural look
maryhouzz added this to garden ideas
October 11, 2014
Why Fall Is the Best Time for Planting Photo 2 of 7 Less watering means lower maintenance. If you plant in spring or summer, more often than not you have to dutifully keep up with watering during those first few weeks or months. Constant observation of your new darlings gets tedious as the heat ramps ups. When planting in fall, I water the plants in their pots a few hours before digging so they can soak up what they need, then I stick them in the ground and leave until forever. Now, I’m talking perennials here. For shrubs and trees, it’s good to thoroughly water the soil in the new hole to get it nice and tight around the new roots you’ve teased out from the root ball, and a warm day in January might be perfect for watering if it’s been a dry winter. But I easily plant perennials into early November here in zone 5, in Nebraska (find your zone).
barbie50 added this to barbie50's ideas
October 11, 2014
grasses at dry creekbed
GrassRoots Landscaping added this to Landscape
September 18, 2014
rain garden
birdbrain1968 added this to birdbrain1968's Ideas
September 7, 2014
Raingarden
sprellwitz added this to Rain Garden
August 27, 2014
Like the incorporation of stones into rain garden
rednaxelaennyl7 added this to Dry stream bed
August 25, 2014
Love the grasses - variety of size of rocks.
bfreemanka added this to Backyard
August 22, 2014
Submerged Rocks + Grass + Large Rocks
dwhite1090 added this to Exterior Ideas
August 7, 2014
rocks and plants provide a nice transition for the water. This would look good whether the tide is in or out.
otinla added this to landscape
June 18, 2014
rain garden at front of house near driveway
Emily Russell, Landscape Architect added this to Rain Gardens
June 17, 2014
natural looking creek during rain events
ascorpio1111 added this to outdoor/landscaping
June 10, 2014
rain garden
Nani Sa added this to gardens&yards
June 7, 2014
rain garden
caitilindaum added this to Parent Dosset yard ideas
April 7, 2014
rain garden with rocks
emj2chicago added this to emj2chicago's ideas
March 29, 2014
stream riverbed
Tracie Brodhun added this to our house
March 9, 2014
great idea for our drainage ditch. Add rocks
vgids added this to vgids's ideas
March 9, 2014
swale
Green View added this to Rain Garden
March 4, 2014
grasses and waterway
cycleon added this to cycleon's Ideas
February 26, 2014
Rain garden
Tracie Brodhun added this to tracie_brodhun's ideas
February 22, 2014
create water run off creek
Shell Kennedy added this to shell_kennedy's ideas
February 16, 2014
water and rocks/ cobbles
kckinnear added this to yard
February 5, 2014
Rain garden
christieh5 added this to christieh5's Ideas
January 9, 2014
Wet areas
syoder01 added this to Landscaping
October 20, 2013
grases along rock
michelle1827 added this to Cherokee Lane Landscaping
October 9, 2013
rain garden design
treegirl99 added this to treegirl99's ideas
September 30, 2013
Grass and stream effect.
Anna Courtman added this to anna_courtman's ideas
September 22, 2013
swale with rain water and grasses
darlenedwood added this to darlenedwood's ideas
August 23, 2013
stream simulation with various size of rocks
Joanne Lue Hemphill added this to Backyards
August 19, 2013
The creek effect with the stone is better than you would get with a typical pond concept.
patsanlin added this to patsanlin's Ideas
August 18, 2013
Grass stream
glenna0111 added this to Inspiration
August 18, 2013
Natural
rob52v added this to Landscape Ideas
August 6, 2013
creek
janddnappier added this to janddnappier's Ideas
July 20, 2013
Rain garden
rauch37 added this to garden
July 19, 2013
Up against the front deck
lazidazi added this to Landscape.Hardscape
July 19, 2013
Look for existing low points in your yard at least 10 feet away from property lines and houses, but near the impervious surface that's causing the runoff. The size of your rain garden will depend on local rainfall, the tributary area and the soil type. Poorly draining soils can be amended with mulch, which functions a bit like a giant sponge, holding water where it can be picked up by plants. Rain gardens fill w/water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates thru a process call evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants.
Linda Tsuei-Carrington added this to Linda
July 19, 2013
Between house and drive way.... For Everett!!!!!!
danbces added this to danbces's ideas
July 4, 2013
planting ideas
jacquelineava added this to driveways and yards
June 30, 2013
Rain garden
Jayatma Saraswati added this to house design
June 14, 2013
Rain garden
blaineherrmann added this to blaineherrmann's ideas
May 12, 2013
Rock in stream with grass
vivianrae added this to Landscape
April 28, 2013
Swale rain garden
robersl added this to Landscaping
April 24, 2013
Rain garden
thixon added this to thixon's Favorites
April 21, 2013
Rain garden for west side of house.
flscarola added this to landscaping
April 5, 2013
rocks and grasses in a water filled area
ccala added this to Patio
March 27, 2013
make a small "rain garden" in the low spot in front of the redbud tree to the left of the patio?? use rocks to create "dry" creek area bordered by grasses and irises lining front edge of azalea bed and extending in a finger out from corner of patio...
christineleggett added this to Landscape Solutions
March 23, 2013
WHERE TO PLACE A RAIN GARDEN. Look for existing low points in your yard at least 10 feet away from property lines and houses, but near the impervious surface that's causing the runoff. The size of your rain garden will depend on local rainfall, the tributary area and the soil type. Poorly draining soils can be amended with mulch, which functions a bit like a giant sponge, holding water where it can be picked up by plants.
Sherri Griswold added this to sherri_griswold's ideas
March 20, 2013
Rain garden
kaw1975 added this to kaw1975's ideas
March 20, 2013
rain garden II
Iva King added this to Landscaping
March 20, 2013
The size of your rain garden will depend on local rainfall, the tributary area and the soil type. Poorly draining soils can be amended with mulch, which functions a bit like a giant sponge, holding water where it can be picked up by plants.
kjk added this to katherinekeefer's ideas
March 20, 2013
rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration . . discharge into an area away from buildings.
Lynn M. added this to Gardening Ideas
March 14, 2013
Rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants. Still, it is a good idea to plan for water discharge into an area away from buildings.
Rafik Bawa added this to landscaping
March 6, 2013
Creek
shh1 added this to exterior
February 20, 2013
rain garden to trap/use rainwater
Lynn Montgomery added this to lynn_montgomery57's ideas
January 15, 2013
rain garden/dry creek bed
landscapechris added this to landscapechris's ideas
January 6, 2013
Rain gardens fill with water during and after storms. The water percolates into the soil and dissipates through a process called evapotranspiration, a combination of evaporation and the release of moisture from plants.
kitkat51 added this to kitkat51's Ideas
October 8, 2012
Rain garden
lllinehan49 added this to lllinehan49's ideas
October 1, 2012
would like to try this
30horatiu30 added this to 30horatiu30's Favorites
September 24, 2012
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cvaillandesign36 added this to Outdoors
September 16, 2012
rain garden
mwac added this to Landscaping for Forest Lane
September 12, 2012
rain garden
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September 9, 2012
Rain garden
lenzmic added this to Landscaping
September 7, 2012
Like the stream running through it when there is water flow
criggity added this to Landscaping
August 30, 2012
rain garden
rosiescholz added this to rosiescholz's ideas
August 12, 2012
Love this
greenblomj added this to garden
August 11, 2012
Love the pebble stream and grasses
Claudia Gutierrez added this to claudiagutierrez's ideas
August 9, 2012
rain gardens
morroid18 added this to morroid18's ideas
August 9, 2012
rain garden
mariann17 added this to mariann17's ideas
August 8, 2012
like the tall grass
Carol Duncan added this to carol_duncan's ideas
August 8, 2012
rain garden
cabill added this to cabill's ideas
August 7, 2012
rain garden
Jayne Pepper added this to rosygreen2's ideas
August 6, 2012
Such natural landscaping
wencelx4 added this to Pantry
August 5, 2012
Rain Garden
cagrl2u added this to cagrl2u's ideas
August 4, 2012
creek bed
kimspencer added this to Kim Spencer Courtyard
August 4, 2012
Rain garden
tahliesbobi added this to tahliesbobi's ideas
August 4, 2012
THIS one...THIS is the one I want...not the other one Shauna.Rae... You design for me, yes?
Susan M added this to landscape
August 3, 2012
rain gardens for near driveway and unconnected downspouts
midcenturycas added this to midcenturycas's ideas
August 3, 2012
great for yard
designer65 added this to designer65's ideas
August 3, 2012
rain garden
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