How to Build a Dry Stream


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How to Build a Dry Stream

Credit to: gardentherapy.ca

“There are plenty of great ways to incorporate water into the garden, whether with natural streams and brooks or (wo)man-made ponds and fountains. But what about a design that implies the idea of water, but doesn’t require any maintenance? A dry stream is a landscaping design that looks like a decorative garden feature, even though it is also a practical solution to garden runoff.”

Have you joined the dry stream club yet? If not, it’s time to dig in and get in on the action. Not only are dry streams beautiful and low-maintenance, but they’re also really helpful tools for channeling water to where you want it in your landscape. That’s because dry streams direct the water where to go and slow its flow so that it has more time to absorb into the ground. Check out this helpful how-to post from Garden Therapy and join the dry stream club!

How to Build a Dry Stream

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