Perfect for water drainage after a storm, would look lovely as a dry creek bed too.
Lay the drainage pipe in a fabric lining in the dug ditch. Place drain pipe atop fabric lining, then add gravel, covering pipe completely. Leave approximately 5" between top of gravel and ground surface.
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Award-winning landscape designer, Jan Johnsen, explains what a dry stream is, why it’s a good addition to the garden, and how to build one.
SmartDitch is a maintenance free and ideal solution for slope stabilization, drainage, and erosion / sediment control. www.smartditch.com
Three Dogs in a Garden...clever drainage art
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dry river bed landscaping | Dry creek bed look | protractedgarden
Fix that ugly culvert! Wonder if our county would let me do this since they INSIST on mowing my Crown Vetch to the dirt every summer. (grrr!)
Small granite boulders and cobble stones mixed with perennial plantings soften the look of a drainage culvert at a driveway entrance.
Incorporate your gutters into your garden! - Fresh Gardening Ideas
Dry Creek Bed Idea-lower 40
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Steve Coster Dry Creek Bed; I like the plants in the creek bed.