Stock Photo titled: A Backyard Japanese Garden With A Dry Stream Bed, Lantern And Crane Statuary, unlicensed use prohibited

Stock Photo titled: A Backyard Japanese Garden With A Dry Stream Bed, Lantern And Crane Statuary, unlicensed use prohibited

dry creek bed idea.....works like a charm to catch the water from my gutters and drain when it rains really hard. Looks great, too.

dry creek bed idea.....works like a charm to catch the water from my gutters and drain when it rains really hard. Looks great, too.

STEP 3  Cover the bottom and the sloping sides of the stream bed with 1/2 inch of crushed pea gravel. The sharp edges of the gravel will keep it from migrating when it rains or when someone walks on it

How to Create a Dry Creek

STEP 3 Cover the bottom and the sloping sides of the stream bed with 1/2 inch of crushed pea gravel. The sharp edges of the gravel will keep it from migrating when it rains or when someone walks on it

Dry stream bed. This one looks nice and natural.  Good rock size combo and nice curves, width variation and with appropriate boulders and plantings

Dry stream bed. This one looks nice and natural. Good rock size combo and nice curves, width variation and with appropriate boulders and plantings

Bonney Lassie: A Visit to PowellsWood -- A Private Garden Open to the Public - Dry Stream Bed

Bonney Lassie: A Visit to PowellsWood -- A Private Garden Open to the Public - Dry Stream Bed

Dried stream bed. This might be a great way to finish off that back area by the golf course!! YES!

DIY Dried up Stream Beds 6

Dried stream bed. This might be a great way to finish off that back area by the golf course!! YES!

Dry stream of pebbles and river-rock carves the yin and yang through this circular stone patio. Liquidambar Garden Design

Dry stream of pebbles and river-rock carves the yin and yang through this circular stone patio. Liquidambar Garden Design

This was dug below grade, simulating the way water carves rocky terrain. I like the way plants grow in and along the bed, too. The designer is Bill Schnetz of Schnetz Landscape in Escondido.

This was dug below grade, simulating the way water carves rocky terrain. I like the way plants grow in and along the bed, too. The designer is Bill Schnetz of Schnetz Landscape in Escondido.

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