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Rain gardens put stormwater runoff to work, making it an asset to the gardens instead of diverting it somewhere else. Burgess discusses how those interested in having a garden of this type can make one.
Rain gardens are becoming a very popular addition to landscapes in North and South Carolina. Not only do they attract bees, birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects, but they are a helpful solution to stormwater runoff problems. Anderson describes construction of a rain garden.