4 edition of The essential guide to creating rain gardens found in the catalog.
The essential guide to creating rain gardens
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Capturing rain for your own water-efficient garden|
|Statement||Cleo Woelfle-Erskine and Apryl Uncapher|
|LC Classifications||TD657.4 .W64 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011032473|
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Rain Gardens: Embracing the Environment to Create Thoughtful Spaces. You probably know from our previous article “Permeable Paving: The Essential Guide” that it is possible to allow water to infiltrate paths and roads with the use of permeable paving. But have you ever heard of the possibility of imitating natural forest infiltration within your own garden.
Rain gardens encompass all possible elements that can be used to capture, channel, divert and make the most of the rain and snow that fall on a property. Using the innovative and attractive approaches described here, it is possible to enhance outdoor spaces and minimize the damaging effects of drought, stormwater runoff, and other environmental Cited by: Creating Rain Gardens: Capturing the Rain for Your Own Water-Efficient Garden.
By Cleo Woelfle-Erskine and Apryl Uncapher. Timber Press Creating Rain Gardens is a comprehensive book for the DIY-er, covering everything from rain barrels to simple living roofs, permeable patios, and other low-tech affordable ways to save water in the garden.
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Harvesting rainwater is a great way to control run off, conserve water and reduce your water bill. Rainwater lacks chlorine and fluoride that is found in many municipal water supplies. Rain gardens encompass all possible elements that can be used to capture, channel, divert and make the most of the rain and snow that fall on a property.
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The water harvested from a rain barrel may contain harmful chemicals and bacteria from your roof. That means that it’s best to keep the rainwater out of your vegetable gardens. Note: If you can’t resist using the free water for your produce, water the soil and not the leaves and fruits to avoid contaminating them.
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Each two-page spread explains one aspect of the garden, starting with the tools, the soil, the seeds, the rain, the seedlings, the plants, the buds, the flowers, the insects, the /5.Within the garden beds, place plants in rows or a grid pattern. The goal is minimize walkways and maximize growing space.
You only add fertilizer and soil amendments to the planting area, which saves time and money. Work with companion plants to attract beneficial insects and improve yields.
Start small, and make sure to give each plant enough.