Nice planter using broken pieces of stone or slate. We have a variety of slate, fieldstone, and PA blue stone that could be beautifully repurposed into this planter! Fun project for dad and the kids :)
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 w
A retaining wall creates planting opportunities when you select construction materials that allow you to plant in nooks and crannies along the walls surfaces. Sedums spill from spaces in a retaining wall made of dry-stacked salvaged concrete.
Designing with Succulents A rock garden can give a diminutive succulent a place to shine. Here, hens-and-chicks tucks into a rocky crevice and stands out from the rocky site with its contrasting green and red hues.
This is an excellent solution to a narrow area. Mini blue oat grass and succulent garden spotted on a walk nice for a narrow area of earth-For the Back yard planter or by the wall? or front yard planter?
Rockery garden Rock gardens make brilliant features. They’re striking, low maintenance, easy to build with kids and look good all year round. Alpine plants are perfect if you’re pushed for space or want to create a stylish low-key area.