Living local, urban design, sustainability, landscape architecture, and places in the East Bay. Design that works where it is.
Pervious paving at native demo garden, Taylor & Walnut, San Jose
We’re in the middle of a drought crisis… why the heck should I care about rain gardens? It’s a simple answer… since nearly half of the water we use comes from groundwater, the less rain we have the more important it is to protect and preserve that groundwater.
I’ve provided plant lists and data sheets about rain gardens and related subjects that you can download. They are located in the right column, at the very bottom, in the flash_widget. The following documents are available for download:
Rain gardens – and their kin – are good for the environment, great for wildlife and important to you and me!