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Flame Willow
bee
Growing Zones: 4-9
Starting at $19.99
Sugar Shack® Buttonbush
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butterfly
Growing Zones: 4-10
Starting at $76.99
Brown Fox Sedge
bee
Growing Zones: 3-9
Starting at $25.99
The Blues Little Bluestem Grass
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butterfly
Starting at $26.99
Baby Joe Joe-Pye Weed
bee
butterfly
Growing Zones: 4-8
Starting at $25.99
Niobe Weeping Willow
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butterfly
Growing Zones: 4-8
Starting at $49.99
Dappled Willow Tree
bee
Growing Zones: 4-9
Starting at $233.99
Dappled Willow (Hakuro Nishiki)
bee
Starting at $32.99
Arctic Blue Willow
bee
Growing Zones: 3-7
Starting at $17.99
Magic Berry Coralberry
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butterfly
Growing Zones: 4-7
Starting at $28.99
Marleen Snowberry
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butterfly
Growing Zones: 4-7
Starting at $61.99
Hancock Coralberry
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butterfly
Growing Zones: 4-7
Starting at $32.99
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Rain Gardens are a beautiful way to help manage water runoff from your roof, driveway, and street. They also help to filter out pollutants from lawn chemicals, leaked car fluids, and any number of other harmful substances. Not only do rain gardens play an important role in flood prevention, but with the right plant selections, they can serve as stunning habitat and food sources for birds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects as well. But how can a small space accomplish all of that? A rain garden can be as basic as a slightly depressed basin in your yard planted with the right sorts of plants. These plants, often natives, can withstand periods of flooding followed by periods of drought. As rain falls and runoff collects, plants with extensive root systems slowly filter the water before it reaches our rivers, lakes, streams, and groundwater reservoirs. The water doesn’t have the chance to simply run down the sewer drain.