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Plant selection and bed preparation enables rain gardens to tolerate periods when the soil is saturated as well as periods of dryness. A rain garden differs from other gardens in the amount of time it can remain flooded and still thrive.
As gardeners in the South well know, when it comes to rainfall, its feast or famine. These extremes can make gardens a constant challenge, but also makes our region a perfect environment for rain gardens.
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