Are you wondering about rain gardens?
Welcome to Washington State University Extension’s rain garden website. This site provides everything you need to know about rain gardens; from the basics of how they work to building your own — AND where to get more help if you need it.
Visit your County Extension office for events in your area.
Clallam County Rain Garden Presentation
Clallam Conservation District Executive Director Joe Holtrop, will explain how home gardeners can capture storm water through the use of rain gardens on Thursday, October 27, at noon in the County Commissioners Meeting Room of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E Fourth St., Port Angeles. Click here to learn more.
How does your rain garden grow? Best plants for the Pacific Northwest
In a green movement sweeping the Pacific Northwest, rain gardens are being installed with the know-how gained by researchers at Washington State University. Which plants are suitable for a rain garden? By experimenting on 16 rain gardens at WSU Puyallup’s Research and Extension Center south of Seattle, horticulturist Rita Hummel has figured it out.
Click Here for the list of recommended plants.
To learn more view the June 21, 2016 news release.
Free Rain Garden Poster!
We are pleased to offer this beautiful 2-sided poster for you to download. Total size is 25″ x 19″. The front is full-color and the back is black and white. For a high resolution file (92.5MB-very large) suitable for printing please contact us via email. Click here for a low resolution downloadable copy suitable for creating flyers.
Copyright Good Nature Publishing 2016 artwork by John C. Pitcher
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