A rain garden is a landscaping practice that is designed to capture rainwater and prevent the release of excess water into municipal water systems. A rain garden can reduce runoff and flooding, as well as filter pollutants that are carried… Read More
Plant a Rain Garden This Summer
Is your landscape in need of an upgrade? Adding a rain garden is an elegant and functional solution to how you use rainwater and runoff in your landscape. If you’re like us, your home has plenty of runoff during the… Read More
How to Build a Rain Garden in Your Yard This Spring
A rain garden is made from native plants and designed to hold and soak the rainwater runoff that flows from gutters and driveways. Rain gardens are both functional and beautiful, providing a vibrant solution to problematic rainwater runoff. Learn how… Read More
What are Rain Gardens and Why Do They Matter?
A rain garden or a depressed garden of deep-rooted native plants positioned to catch rainwater runoff, can help clean rainwater, prevent erosion, contribute to the local ecosystem, and impede flooding and water pollution. Not only can these gardens beautify your… Read More
5 Reasons to Choose Native Plants this Summer
Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer, and what better way to celebrate than to start planting? While you make plans to plant in your yard, garden, or summer home, consider using native plants.
How to Create a Rain Garden with Native Plants
A rain garden is a planted depression in a landscape designed to capture stormwater runoff before it empties into streets or storm drains. They serve a functional purpose, but rain gardens can also offer a variety of other benefits to… Read More