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With all the different types of gardens, you might find yourself a little overwhelmed with what to do.

However, you can have many types of gardens right in your backyard with careful planning and placing.

A popular type is the rain garden and grows popular over the years.

Here are some simple steps you can follow to grow your own. Like with every other garden, you have to decide on a location, location, and location! You want to have these at least fifteen feet away from your home or other structure. Due to the possibility of flooding, and you do not want to place these over a septic area. The best place for these is a naturally low-lying spot where downspouts will keep constant moisture and rain build up in the area. You will also want the area to get either full sunlight or partial sunlight so that the plants and flowers will grow.

Next, you will need to measure the drainage. You want to make sure the garden holds water rather than rapidly draining out. Complete what you will need to figure out the design of your garden area. Draw it on paper first and then execute it. Research the climate area and try to go with plants that are native as they will have a much easier time adapting and growing in your newly placed garden oasis. It would help if you had plants that can grow in wet or dry areas since rainfall will be a factor in this area. After you have done this, section off the area with whatever bordering or edging you are using, you will want to start digging. The area needs to be anywhere from four to eight inches deep, and you will want to add a nice organic compost mix of about three inches and mix it in with the soil that is already there. Next, plant your flowers, add some mulch and enjoy your rain garden!

Source to Buy Plants and Supplies for a Rain Garden