10 Solutions For Soggy Soil in your Gainesville Landscape

If your poorly drained landscape has kept you from growing your favorite flowers this year, don’t give up on your Gainesville lawn just yet. While it is true that your choices are limited by a garden with “wet feet,” there are many ways to improve your Gainesville landscape's drainage — or even change that curse into a blessing by turning your landscape into a lush and verdant oasis. 

Whether you’re building raised beds and decks to grow the things you love or learning to love your existing situation by making rain gardens draped with ferns and mosses, fall is the ideal time to give your saturated Gainesville landscape a dazzling makeover. Here are 10 ways to do just that.