Bailey Reno | Briozzo | Buck Lake House | Bunt's Castle | Bunt Coldwater | Bunt Patio | Bunt W. Hamilton |
Cardillo Condo | Cardillo New Condo | Cardillo's Pots | Cardillo Waterfall | Gagnon | Galecki Patio |
Hamilton House | Horvath | Lamarca Addition | Lee Home | Lee Lakefront | Lee Lakeshore | Lee Patio | Lee Patio Two |
Lieberum Beds | Ouseph | Ouseph Entry | Rain Garden | Reed Lake House | Ross Evergreens | Sadler Beds |
Tomkeweicz Re-do | Waterfall Plants | Vanderbilt Home |
Rain gardens are designed to control water on a "per yard" basis, and keep consumer rainwater out of the street drains.
This "trapped" yard was too small to install a conventional garden system, so we used a combination of pondless garden and rain garden plantings and berms to control up to 400 gallons of free liquid, with an overflow capability in excessive times.
All water from the roof and yard flow into this area, and yet it appears to be a "fake pond" with plants.