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- April 13, 2007 at 5:46 pm #251624Guest
We have planted trees in the front. They have only been there for 3 weeks. One of the ruts is 1 foot wide and 3 feet deep.
I told him it is a natural drainage and we should leave it. He has filled it 3 times. Barbara
wrote: Could you put rocks in the ruts? or plant trees in the way of the water run
The house behind me is on a hill and their gutter run off comes down into
my back yard. I have planted flowers that multiply,placed a concrete planter
in the way and started planting iris on the bank to reroute the water from
coming in on my carport.
From: “pc barbara”
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 1:40 PM
Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Re: Backyard Spaces- long
> I agree. We have 2 acres mostly woods. Our backyard is a bit of a hill so
when it rains it has ruts and we lose alot of dirt.
We just haven’t had to
money to do sod all the way down. We
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