Some form of stormwater landscaping (bioretention) can be
fitted into most spaces. Although there are some [[Infiltration#Constraints|constraints]] to infiltrating water, it is preferable to do so where possible.
Designing bioretention without an underdrain is highly desirable wherever the soils permit infiltration at a rate which is great enough to empty the facility between storm events. Volume reduction is achieved primarily through infiltration to the underlying soils, with some evapotranspiration. As there is no outflow from this BMP under normal operating conditions, it is particularly useful in areas where nutrient management is a concern to the watershed.