Johnson & Johnson Ethicon Demonstration Rain Garden

Route 22 West
Bridgewater
NJ 08807

Johnson & Johnson Ethicon Demonstration Rain Garden

Water FeatureEnvironmental EducationEco Landscaping

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Type of Runoff Managed:

This rain garden manages runoff from the Ethicon parking lot before it is sent down the grass towards a near-by stream.

Installation:

Ethicon and Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program faculty and staff were present for the installation of this rain garden installation. The rain garden was designed to be 200 square feet and required two curb cuts. One cut was needed to allow water to enter the rain garden and the second to route overflow from large storms into the existing curb/gutter system.

Plant List:

Arrowwood Viburnum
Blue Flag Iris
Highbush Blueberry
Inkberry Holly
Red-osier Dogwood
Shasta Daisy
Soft Rush
Sweet Pepperbush/Summersweet
Virginia Sweetspire

Maintenance:

This rain garden is maintained by the Ethicon staff.

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