Fill in tight spots between rocks with flowering plants to add a dash of color and give the rock garden a finished look. Saxifraga is an easy-to-grow crevice-dweller that grows naturally in mountain regions; here, its cheerful pink blooms complement the warm tones of the surrounding boulders./

Rock Garden Design Ideas

Fill in tight spots between rocks with flowering plants to add a dash of color and give the rock garden a finished look. Saxifraga is an easy-to-grow crevice-dweller that grows naturally in mountain regions; here, its cheerful pink blooms complement the warm tones of the surrounding boulders./

Mr. Rottenberg and the Greyhound - October 2005 — Victoria Fedden

Mr. Rottenberg and the Greyhound - October 2005

Rock Garden Design Tips, 15 Rocks Garden Landscape Ideas

Rock Garden Design Tips, 15 Rocks Garden Landscape Ideas

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Nice use and placement of medium and small 'pebble' type stones in this gravel garden

Nice use and placement of medium and small 'pebble' type stones in this gravel garden

Garden Art! What a great way to use the rocks that are in my yard. River rocks would also be perfect.

Garden Art! What a great way to use the rocks that are in my yard. River rocks would also be perfect.

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