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How to create a beautiful, beneficial rain garden

8:54 PM, May 4, 2013
Combining moisture-loving perennials, such as these Siberian Iris, with native wildflowers and grasses, is key to creating a beautiful and beneficial rain garden to help conserve water and protect streams, rivers and waterways.
Combining moisture-loving perennials, such as these Siberian Iris, with native wildflowers and grasses, is key to creating a beautiful and beneficial rain garden to help conserve water and protect streams, rivers and waterways.
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Rain gardens are popping up everywhere, from backyards to businesses, schools to churches.

They are colorful, beautiful and vibrant, and they also serve a vital purpose as attention turns again to the health and cleanliness of our local waterways.

Every household, business and organization can easily create one, in addition to public parks and trail ways. ...

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