Rain gardens manage stormwater by capturing and absorbing rainwater, reducing water entering drains and local water bodies. They act as natural filters, preventing flooding and erosion.
Rain gardens use plants and soil as natural filters, removing pollutants from rainwater, and improving water quality in nearby water bodies.
Rain gardens support wildlife by providing habitat and food sources for birds, butterflies, bees, and insects. Native plants attract pollinators and promote biodiversity, contributing to the ecological balance of an area.
Rain gardens enhance landscape beauty with colorful plants, textures, and seasonal interest. They increase property value by showcasing sustainable practices.
Rain gardens require less maintenance than traditional lawns. Native plants are resilient, adapted to local conditions, and less reliant on fertilizers and pesticides. They offer a low-maintenance landscaping option.
American Gardens can help you with your landscaping needs. Your landscape is a collaborative, creative process that begins by discussing the central goals of your project. We assess and address the challenges and opportunities your property presents and use our team of architects, designers, and horticulturalists to create a design that reflects your tastes and your lifestyle.