I Needed Lovely Water Drainage Control for a Sloped Yard

Walk with me through the paths of my garden
My first path which controls flow of the heavy, erosive Arkansas rains.
A downhill path, which lends itself to a relaxing variety of herbs.
Another lovely path. My vegetable garden is on the other side of the chicken wire fence.
A more narrow downhill water control path towards the top of the yard. I find it best to work with natural water flow areas rather than trying to stop the natural flow.
I have many more paths in my Secret Garden, special places for herbs, veggies, flowers and ground covers. I hope you will walk with me through my garden in the next few days and weeks. I love to share the beauty! I want to see your gardens as well....sharing ideas and exciting solutions is a wonderful thing indeed! I want inspiration from your gardens, as well. Thank you for your visit today!
Denise Woody.

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2 questions
  • Monique
    Monique
    on Jul 22, 2017

    Can I find your garden on YouTube?
  • Arb12281566
    Arb12281566
    on May 30, 2018

    I just moved to SC and my back yard


    Is in need of this technique did you do this in sections or all at once? Approximately what was the cost.

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