Gravel around the foundation for drainage, plant shrubs along to help soak up water. Like the idea of the large rock to prevent erosion from the water spicket. Maybe a few cool pots or barrels with plants too? I like :)

Gravel around the foundation for drainage, plant shrubs along to help soak up water. Like the idea of the large rock to prevent erosion from the water spicket. Maybe a few cool pots or barrels with plants too? I like :) - Flower Beds and Gardens

Soggy ground? Tips for better yard drainage | yard, drainage, soggy - The Orange County Register

Collect or drain? Ways to handle water on your property

How to Install a French Drain in your yard w/ Step by Step and pictures

How to Install a French Drain - South Jersey Drainage, South Jersey Hardscaping, South Jersey Landscaping

EZ-Drain Gravel Free French Drains - evacuates up to five times more water than standard gravel and pipe french drains. (10' long with a slotted pipe surrounded by polystyrene aggregate and enclosed in geotextile mesh.)    Also at Home Depot - 8 in. x 10 ft. Prefabricated French Drain with Pipe (Model# EZ-0802F  Store SKU# 227495)

EZ-Drain Gravel Free French Drains - evacuates up to five times more water than standard gravel and pipe french drains. long with a slotted pipe surrounded by polystyrene aggregate and enclosed in geotextile mesh.

we need this in our yard!!!   https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1095055053877968

in keeping the basement dry need to check how the water drains form the downspouts on gutters.West Side Residence Project: 'Dry Creek Bed' after a storm

Iron Age Designs / repinned on toby designs

10 Wonderful and Cheap DIY Idea for Your Garden 9

a dry stream as both edging & drainage solution"..........Jen!!!  This is it for left side of below deck...omg

a dry stream as both edging & drainage solution". I don't think we need a drainage solution, but I think it is pretty! just the rock edge part!

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Drainage trench becomes a stream

This large yard had an unsightly trench to channel rain water along the back fence. We decided on a more natural but still functional approach to deal with the excess water.

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