2 street-side rain gardens planted in N.C. city

05/3/2013 | Star-News (Wilmington, N.C.)

Rain gardens have been planted by two streets in Wilmington, N.C., in a bid to reduce water pollution in the nearby Burnt Mill Creek. The gardens, funded by an Environmental Protection Agency grant, are the first in the state, said Christy Perrin, a program manager with North Carolina State University. Plants chosen for the garden can tolerate both excess water and drought, Perrin added.

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