Not all water is the same. And there’s no water better for plants than rain.
Free from the chemicals and salts in tap water, rain is 100% soft hydration. It also contains one of the most bio-available forms of nitrogen, a key nutrient plants need to thrive. Discover more reasons why you want to catch the rain in this short video, and practical ways to do it with our three-part Rainscaping series.
Rainscaping is simply landscaping with the rain in mind. At a recent workshop we highlighted 3 easy ways to work with the rain and reap the benefits in your landscape. Put away the hose and make a self-watering landscape bed that attracts birds and butterflies. Learn six things to ensure success with rain barrels, and simple ways to work with rain to ensure a lush landscape. Find all this and more in our three-part series from the Rainscaping Workshop.
Creating a Self-Watering Garden for Birds and Butterflies
With a few easy steps your landscape beds can water themselves and provide habitat for birds, butterflies, and bees. Learn where to place gardens to take advantage of rainwater, how to prepare the ground, and which plants are best suited to your site.
Success with Rain Barrels – 6 Things to Know
Whether you already have a rain barrel or are considering adding one to your garden, discover 6 key points to make it easy, safe, and rewarding to use rainwater.
Beyond the Barrel – easy ways to work with rain
When it rains here it pours! Turn what may be a problem into an asset with these simple steps to direct rainwater through your landscape. Whether you have gutters or not, discover how to soften and slow stormwater with a “smiling landscape”. Get rewarded for your efforts with rebates from Woodlands Water.