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River of Rocks - for handling storm run off, and allowing water to slowly sink into the ground as well

Best Ways to Deal with Storm Water

turn drainage solutions into features that enhance your landscape. Ditches can be landscaped as swales that look like creek beds or small meadows.

I love the way creeping jenny drapes like that. I want to get some for our tiered flower beds.

I love the way creeping jenny drapes like that. I want to get some for our tiered flower beds. Look Kate someone who likes creeping Jenny lol

Reducing your lawn with beautiful alternatives. This could be a path or a dry stream bed

Sharing Nature's Garden: Reducing your lawn with beautiful alternatives

Bonney Lassie: A Visit to PowellsWood -- A Private Garden Open to the Public - Dry Stream Bed

Bonney Lassie: A Visit to PowellsWood -- A Private Garden Open to the Public - Dry Stream Bed (shade house)

6 Easy Steps to Make a Rain Garden

6 Steps to Make a Rain Garden

6 Steps to Make a Rain Garden: Rain gardens filter runoff and protect groundwater, especially after big rains. They also add unexpected beauty to low spots that tend to collect water and draw wildlife. Here's how to make a rain garden in your own landsca

Dry Creek at the edge of a lawn, with plantings; Autumn Fern, Rudbeckia, River Rock

Gardening Autumn - Dry Creek at the edge of a lawn, with plantings; Autumn Fern, Rudbeckia, River Rock - With the arrival of rains and falling temperatures autumn is a perfect opportunity to make new plantations

Controlling water run off using a river creek bed

Dry River Creek Bed Ideas to help with Water Run-off

Catmint as path border at driveway A Visit to Planting Fields Arboretum

Catmint as path border at driveway A Visit to Planting Fields Arboretum - Best Gardening Ideas

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