Photo: Rudbeckia fulgida (Orange coneflower)
Rain gardens are a great way to reduce small-scale watering needs, minimize runoff, and re-create the natural absorption of water into the landscape. Despite being named for rain, these gardens face dry conditions regularly. Suitable plants need to withstand droughts as well as floods.
A wide variety of native perennials and shrubs are well suited to the extreme wet and dry conditions of rain gardens. We have extensive experience propagating these species, and we know what works. Reach out and we can provide you with species lists based on our current availability.
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