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PLANT A RAIN GARDEN THIS SUMMER

03/12/19 08:40:am

Planting a rain garden in your yard is like sending personal invitations out to the birds, butterflies and pollinators in the neighborhood to come hang out and dine. Below the surface, rain garden plants help break up the soil with their roots, which ultimately helps drain more water into the ground. Managing water where it falls helps protect Lake Michigan and can reduce the risk of rain getting into your basement. 

The benefits of planting a rain garden

Why you should plant a rain garden in your yard

Top choices to plant in your rain garden

Popular plants to put in your rain garden

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