Woodland Shade Gardening

Woodland shade gardening with a purpose – pleasure, creativity, rainwater collection!

Relocation

The ability of water to move soil is amazing.  Here is the result of my little whitewater action when the rainwater breached the second berm, and then entered what we call the Park Walk (path).  The rainwater flowed underneath our fence and into our yard from Ann’s wooded hillside, then ran to the right, parallel with the fence, turned the little curve and gushed into the Park Walk, colliding with the water coming over the top of the berm.  These are not professional photographs, but it amused me to see the pattern created in the dirt.


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