Rock wall gardens

The snow-white flowers of snow-in-summer appear in cloudlike drifts from late May to mid June. Growing 6-12 inches tall, snow-in-summer also has soft gray foliage that looks terrific even when the plants are not in bloom. Snow-in-summer will spread slowly through your rock or wall garden if planted in a sunny, well-drained location. It does not like heat and humidity, so it may need to be replanted every year or so in the southern portion of its range. Shear off flowers after they fade to…

Best Plants for Rock Gardens

Plants that don't require much water benefit gardeners in numerous ways. This is especially true for gardeners who live in areas with watering restrictions and

The 10 best alpine plants for the rockery. Choose these low-growing and drought-tolerant alpine plants for a rock garden full of flower colour

Rockery plants: Top 10 plants for an alpine rock garden

The 10 best alpine plants for the rockery. Choose these low-growing and drought-tolerant alpine plants for a rock garden full of flower colour - Gardening Ideas

Rock-garden made from pile of stones with succulents and alpines

Garten - Trockenmauer - Naturstein - rock wall - Garden & Plant Picture Library - Rock-garden made from pile of stones with succulents and alpines

Assessing Your Landscape Needs: Start the landscaping process by focusing on what you want from your yard.

Assessing Your Landscape Needs

Garden and Swingset So that's how you balance gardens and kids. this is soooo Brandon and I!

DIY Rock Wall

Build your own rock wall for the garden

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Northern Exposure Gardening: The Wave of Delphiniums has Started - Flower Beds and Gardens

Hopefully this is what my garden wall will turn out to look like one day.  We're off to a good start!

A variety of Sedum growing on rubble wall below the slat house in Volunteer Park is a great example of vertical gardening using recycled materials.

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