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Main Park Rain Garden

Just as a wetland naturally reduce the severity of downstream flooding and allows for the percolation of water in the groundwater supply, well-planned rain gardens can accomplish similar objectives.  The native plants are well adapted to the location and provide food and shelter for local wildlife. Scroll down to go through a year in the Mt. Lebanon Rain Garden. 

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May/June

Shown Below (Left to Right): Butterfly Weed, Buttonbush, Wood Geranium

Not Shown: Tickseed, White Beardtongue, Spiderwort, Golden Alexander, Meadowsweet, Shrubby St. John's Wort

July

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