Sunday, March 21, 2010
I had heard rumors. The word about town was the parking lot for the new "Fresh and Easy" store in Ventura.
Once you see how this works, it's so obvious. A simple shift from 'convex' medians to a 'concave' swale makes all the difference. Curbless planters allow water to enter landscaped areas. Pervious 'grass-crete' paving under the parked cars catches oil drips.
It's a shift from a landscape designed to shed water, to one that captures and infiltrates the runoff from paved surfaces.
Go take a look for yourself. Then visit our Ocean Friendly Gardens website and apply it to your own property!
Slow it, spread it, sink it!