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As rain pours down rooftops, through gutters, across lawns and into culverts, it collects pollutants and carries these toxins and bits of trash into local rivers and streams. Along the way, rain collects in depressions in the landscape, which often results in soggy patches of lawn and shallow pools that serve as prime breeding areas … Landscaping With Boulders, Diy Backyard Landscaping, Backyard Projects, Backyard Drainage, Landscape Drainage, Rain Garden Design, Pebble Garden, Square Foot Gardening, Rainwater Harvesting
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Replace that soggy section of lawn with a rain garden | Hello Homestead

A rain garden in Maryland. | Photo by Amanda Rockler As rain pours down rooftops, through gutters, across lawns and into culverts, it collects pollutants and carries these toxin... 
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