Rain Gardens are becoming a popular conservation practice in urban areas because they are a small step that landowners can make to help decrease runoff and flooding in their community. Rain gardens are created to be depressional garden areas where surface runoff can collect and perculate down through the soil. Perculation is improved through soil ammendments and the use of deep rooted native plants.
For more information on rain gardens click below
For an informational flyer on creating your own rain garden click below
We have a limited number of Blue Thumb Raingarden books available that give a detailed description of how to create a rain garden available for $18 which can be purchased at our office. We will mail the book to you for an additional $3 for shipping and handling.
Click below to link to an interactive rain garden depiction: