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A rain garden is your individual way to practice environmental stewardship. These specialized gardens have features that make them distinct from your typical flower bed. The primary purpose of a rain garden is to reduce runoff making full use of rainwater.
When meadows replace lawns, wildlife species benefit when an area is converted from mowed grass to meadow. It’s really quite simple: when grasses are mowed less often, vegetation diversity increases.
One of the biggest advantages of perennial plants is that they don't need to be replanted every year. Because perennial crops remain in the ground all year, their roots have access to all available rain water. The deeper roots of perennial crops are also able to tap deep-soil water reserves.