Posted 17 July 2012 by Alexia Landscape Architect in Alexia, alexia landscape architect, Alexia Paul, landscape architecture, rain garden, raingarden, Semiramis Studio, Triton College. Tagged: adrian fisher, rain garden, triton, triton College. 1 Comment
See full publication here: http://www.igencc.org/Network-News
Please see the earlier post about Triton’s Rain Garden here.
Posted by m. (@softleaf) on 17 July 2012 at 05:11
Curious how the Triton garden will weather drought conditions. Native plants in the reconstructed prairie by Marovitz Golf Course @ Montrose Harbor functioned just like a rain garden the other day & have looked great even without rain. A way to drought-proof more of the lakefront in the future?
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