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Rain Garden

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If you would like to replace your downspouts with a decorative rain chain, here are 17 fun DIY rain chain ideas to inspire you.

If you would like to replace your downspouts with a decorative rain chain, here are 17 fun DIY rain chain ideas to inspire you.

More than pretty front-yard flower beds, rain gardens are designed to filter and divert rain runoff to keep waterways pollution-free.  See our super gallery for how to create your own. | Illustration: Rodica Prato | thisoldhouse.com

How seven gorgeous gardens were designed to filter and divert rain runoff and protect the surrounding environment

Diy install French drain in your yard. One of the best ways to deal with standing water or water drainage issues on your property is to try this simple French drain diy project   #landscaping #frenchdrain

If there's an area of your yard that is collecting water, a french drain is a a great solution to redirect the water to a different location of your property. Here's a step by step tutorial for getting this done!

A rain garden is a scooped-out plot strategically located to capture stormwater spilling from impervious surfaces, such as rooftops and driveways. Some environmental groups are encouraging rain gardens and educating the public about them.

A rain garden is a scooped-out plot strategically located to capture stormwater spilling from impervious surfaces, such as rooftops and driveways. Some environmental groups are encouraging rain gardens and educating the public about them.

Divert gutter water into an attractive rain garden that works like a sponge and natural filter to clean the water and let it percolate slowly into the surrounding soil. | Illustration: Washington State University Rain Garden Handbook for Western Washington Homeowners | thisoldhouse.com

By building a rain garden, you can divert your gutter water into an attractive planting bed that works like a sponge and natural filter to clean the water and let it percolate slowly into the surrounding soil. Follow these steps to build one in your yard.