Workshop: What makes a Rain Garden?

A rain garden is a special type of garden which includes a well-draining soil and preferably native drought tolerant plants that can attract local pollinators. This workshop will help give you an outline of how to design your own garden as an attractive way to prevent water run-off from polluting our watersheds. Teacher: Lili A. Herrera is a landscape architect and horticulturalist with a passion for plants. She worked in NYC at a small landscape design firm and now works in DC for a landscape architecture firm working on all scales of garden design. She’s is also a garden volunteer at Dumbarton Oaks and Common Good CIty Farm and is always available for garden design or plant consultations, for information contact

August 25th, 2012 10:30 AM   through   12:30 PM
334 V Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
United States
Phone: 202-559-7513
Workshop Price
Workshop price $ 15.00
Workshop plus sponsorship $ 30.00
Low-income price $ 0.00
Green Tomorrows $ 0.00
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