Dry Streams, Rain Gardens and Bog GardensEclectic Garden

A bog garden is a little different from a rain garden - a bog has a liner in order to keep the soil more saturated for longer periods. Venus Fly Traps, Pitcher Plants and Sundews are some of the plants that thrive in a bog situation.

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meleslie49
Mary Leslie added this to Mary's ideas27 February 2021

called a Bog Garden?? Not familiar with this but like the idea of having a bit of standing water for my animals. Maybe a rain drip off the gutter to supply water?? Instead of a pump. I can always float a solar bubbler when I want water noise...thoughts?

hanesok59
hanesok59 added this to Rain Garden6 September 2016

Earth Design, Inc.  12 Reviews Dry Streams, Rain Gardens and Bog Gardens (4 of 8) Eclectic| United States| Website A bog garden is a little different from a rain garden - a bog has a liner in order to keep the soil more saturated for longer periods. Venus Fly Traps, Pitcher Plants and Sundews are some of the plants that thrive in a bog situation.