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  1. Kazishakar said:
    Dec 03,  · A rain garden is basically a plant pond, that is, a garden bed that you plant with special deep-rooted species. These plants help the water rapidly seep into the soil, away from your house and out of your hair. You direct the rainwater from the downspouts Author: The Family Handyman.
    18.03.2020
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  2. Kahn said:
    A rain garden is a garden of native shrubs, perennials, and flowers planted in a small depression, which is generally formed on a natural slope. It is designed to temporarily hold and soak in rain water runoff that flows from roofs, driveways, patios or lawns. Rain gardens are effective in removing up to 90% of nutrients and chemicals and up to 80% of sediments from the rainwater runoff.
    16.03.2020
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  3. Mam said:
    May 08,  · A rain garden is a shallow, bowl-shape area that collects water runoff from impervious surfaces such as downspouts, sump pumps, paved areas, roofs, driveways, walkways, and lawns.
    15.03.2020
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  4. Zuramar said:
    A rain garden is a shallow depression usually filled with native trees, shrubs, flowering plants and grasses designed to absorb rainwater runoff into the soil. A wonderful way to be more "green" in your garden, a rain garden has many environmental benefits. Rain gardens help to filter pollutants, absorb nutrients and allow sediments to settle.
    19.03.2020
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  5. Shagis said:
    A rain garden filled with wildflowers and native plants adds more than beauty to your home. It’s an environmentally-friendly way to catch stormwater that runs off roofs, driveways and other surfaces. When you create a rain garden, which is a shallow, planted depression, it .
    22.03.2020
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  6. Sazragore said:
    Rain gardens help manage stormwater that runs off roofs, driveways and other surfaces. Instead of carrying pollutants into storm drains, streams and other bodies of water, the stormwater is funneled into the rain garden, a bowl-shaped area where plants absorb and filter it. Rain garden plants are more than environmentally useful.
    22.03.2020
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  7. Shakazil said:
    Rain gardens can improve your street by reducing ponding, providing summer shade, and greening your community. Most importantly, rain gardens improve the environment by allowing rain to be naturally absorbed into the ground instead of flowing into the sewer system.
    21.03.2020
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