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  1. mackstann | | #1

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  2. KimberlyLynch | | #2

    And I decided to let the drainage not from under the foundation (there will always wash out, and the house on the slope will slide). Instead of water immediately into the soil, the rain garden will accumulate water, purify it, and gradually penetrate into the ground. To properly design a rain garden on a property, first, you need to decide on the size and then choose the right combination of soil. I decided not to bother and go to . I had a plan made (it looked like rice paddies in miniature).

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