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Monmouth County Yard Drainage

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If you want to remediate standing water or wet areas in your yard in Monmouth County, you’ll need a company that can plan and install the proper drainage system.  Poor drainage is not only unsightly but can jeopardize the health of your lawn, shrubs and gardens as well as being a breeding ground for mosquitoes.

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Standing water or muddy areas also increase slip and falls and cause injuries to your family or guests.  Most grass, shrubs and trees do not thrive and often die in soil that is saturated.

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Types of yard drain systems

Proper grading

A properly graded yard uses gravity to direct the water away from your home or building and drains it naturally.

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Swales are man-made ridges and graded low areas that direct the water to where it can drain away naturally or dissipate over a large area, helping to reduce the need for watering while helping to reduce or prevent flooding and perpetually wet areas.

The use of plants and trees that thrive in heavily watered areas

Planting trees, shrubs and plants that have evolved to live in wetter areas is a good choice for areas that have small amounts of excess water. Here is a list for your reference.


Deciduous Trees

Acer rubrum – Red Maple

Fraxinus pennsylvanica – Green Ash

Liquidambar styraciflua – Sweet Gum

Platanus occidentalis – Sycamore

Quercus bicolor – Swamp White Oak

Quercus nigra – Water Oak

Quercus palustris – Pin Oak

Quercus phellos – Willow Oak

Salix species – Willows

Taxodium ascendens – Pond Cypress

Taxodium distichum – Bald Cypress

Betula nigra – River Birch

Carpinus caroliniana – Ironwood

Diospyros virginiana – Persimmon

Gleditsia triacanthos – Honey Locust

Magnolia macrophylla – Bigleaf Magnolia

Small Deciduous Trees

Amelanchier arborea – Juneberry

Cornus alternifolia – Pagoda Dogwood

Hamamelis virginiana – Witch Hazel

Magnolia tripetala – Umbrella Magnolia

Ostrya virginiana – Hop Hornbeam

Evergreen Trees

Chamaecyparis thyoides -White Cedar

Ilex cassine – Dahoon

Ilex opaca – American Holly

Magnolia grandiflora – Southern Magnolia

Shrubs, Ground Cover & Vines


Ilex glabra – Inkberry

Ilex verticillata – Winterberry

Ilex vomitoria – Yaupon Holly

Myrica cerifera – Wax Myrtle

Callicarpa americana – American Beautyberry

Calycanthus floridus – Sweetshrub

Cephalanthus occidentalis – Buttonbush

Chimonanthus praecox – Wintersweet

Clethra alnifolia – Summersweet

Cornus sericea – Redtwig Dogwood

Forsythia species – Forsythia

Itea virginica – Virginia Sweetspire

Lindera species – Spicebush

Rhododendron atlanticum – Coast Azalea

Rhododendron viscosum – Swamp Azalea

Rhodotypos scandens – Jetbead

Rosa carolina – Carolina Rose

Rosa palustris – Swamp Rose

Sambucus nigra ssp. canadensis – American Elderberry

Spiraea x vanhouttei – Bridal Wreath Spiraea

Thuja occidentalis – American Arborvitae

Vaccinium arboreum – Farkleberry

Viburnum opulus – Cranberry Viburnum

Xanthorhiza simplicissima – Yellowroot

Ground Covers & Vines

Ajuga species – Carpet Bugle

Aspidistra elatior – Cast Iron Plant

Bignonia capreolata – Cross Vine

Campsis radicans – Trumpet Creeper

Convallaria majalis – Lily of the Valley

Decumaria barbara – Wild Climbing Hydrangea

Gelsemium sempervirens – Carolina Jessamine

Hydrangea anomola petiolaris – Climbing Hydrangea

Liriope spicata – Liriope

Lonicera sempervirens – Trumpet Honeysuckle

Smilax smallii – Jackson Vine

Wisteria frutescens – American Wisteria

Ferns, Grasses, Perennials & Annuals

Ferns & Ornamental Grasses

Athyrium filix-femina – Lady Fern

Athyrium nipponicum – Painted Fern

Cyrtomium falcatum – Holly Fern

Dryopteris erythrosora – Autumn Fern

Dryopteris filix-mas – Male Fern

Matteuccia pennsylvanica – Ostrich Fern

Onoclea sensibilis – Sensitive Fern

Osmunda cinnamonea – Cinnamon Fern

*Osmunda regalis – Royal Fern

Thelypteris palustris – Marsh Fern

Arundo donax – Giant Reed

Carex species – Sedges

Chasmanthium latifolium – Northern Sea Oats

Schizachyrium scoparium – Little Bluestem

Sorghastrum nutans – Indian Grass

Spartina pectinata – Cordgrass


Astilbe x arendsii – Astilbe

Canna species – Canna

Colocasia esculenta – Elephants Ear

Convallaria majalis – Lily Of The Valley

Crinum americanum – Swamp Lily

Filipendula species – Meadow Sweet

Galium odoratum – Sweet Woodruff

Hemerocallis hybrids and species – Daylily

Iris ensata – Japanese Iris

Iris hybrids – Louisiana Iris

Iris laevigata – Rabbitear Iris

Mentha species – Mints

Mertensia virginica – Virginia Bluebell

Monarda species – Bee Balm

Myosotis scorpioides – Forget-Me-Not

Physostegia virginiana – Obedient Plant

Rhexia virginica – Meadow Beauty

Zantedeschia aethopica – Calla Lily

Zephyranthes atamasca – Atamasco Lily

Zephyranthes candida – Rain Lily


Asperula orientalis – Blue Woodruff

Impatiens varieties – Impatiens

Solenostemon cultivars – Coleus

Viola cultivars – Pansy

French drain or a blind ditch

A French drain or blind ditch is one of the most common types of yard drainage systems.  This system consists of a ditch with a perforated pipe wrapped in filter fabric and buried in gravel to direct water in the most advantageous manner so that it drains from the property.

Drywell system

A drywell system stores water collected from the home’s downspouts or drains placed in the low spots in a yard.  The water flows into an underground storage well.  The water will gradually filter out of the well and end up back in the groundwater.

Corrugated plastic tubes

Corrugated tubing can direct the water from a home’s downspouts away from the home and can be an inexpensive solution to basement flooding.

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The tubing can often be buried to for esthetics or safety reasons, and can direct the water to areas of the yard that can easily absorb it or direct it to a drain.

Let Sabba’s Landscaping, Lawn, Pavers, and Fencing help you determine the best yard drainage system for your situation – serving all of Monmouth County

Sabba’s, the founder and President of Sabba’s Landscaping, Lawn, Pavers, and Fencing, knows that people want their yards to drain properly. Danny Sabba is happy to come to your home or business to assess your drainage concerns and discuss your options. He will clearly spell out the pros and cons of each potential solution as well as costs.

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Monmouth residents appreciate his knowledgeable, consultative approach as he listens to their concerns and helps them to determine the best approach to remediating their drainage issues. Sabba’s service is delivered at the highest levels, in a friendly manner, and at fair rates. Danny Sabba takes continuing education courses over the winter months to enhance his knowledge base and skills. He is committed to continually improving the level of the skills he delivers to homeowners.

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Sabba’s Landscaping, Lawn, Pavers, and Fencing can work within your budget. Danny Sabba’s commitment to being the value leader in yard drainage systems is unshakable! If you are looking for personalized service and creative drainage solutions, look no further. Call Danny Sabba at (732) 840-7667 and let Sabba’s Landscaping, Lawn, Pavers, and Fencing design a yard drainage system that will keep your Monmouth County property, safe, healthy and beautiful.