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16 Gorgeous Small Rock Gardens You Will Definitely Love To Copy

Rock garden now add some grasses and make it bigger love this -for around my pond

Rock garden with Creeping thyme, early blue violets, fire witch, pussy toes, and succulents. Early blue violets are great for growing in rock crevices. - Gardening Gazebo

For along the fence Rock garden with Creeping thyme, early blue violets, fire witch, pussy toes, and succulents. Early blue violets are great for growing in rock crevices.

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Top 10 Best Plants for a Rock Garden

nice How To: Landscaping with Rocks The design of a rock garden and layout of stones is something that each of us must choose according to his taste. So the decision is subjective and ve...

How To: Landscaping with Rocks

For around the deck and the big flower bed? Rocks and stones add a NATURAL appeal to a landscape, including them in your garden can make it look wonderful.

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Beautiful rock garden design with natural stone wall, adds nice enclosure to the stairs an enables Raised Flowers (Christopher Alexander pattern) - Gardening Rush

Rock gardens are fun, multi-dimensional spaces. The opportunity to populate the garden with diverse plants can create a fascinating show of color, texture and form.  Check out our top 5 plant recommendations for rock gardens.

Top 5 Plants for Rock Gardens

Rock gardens are fun, multi-dimensional spaces. The opportunity to populate the garden with diverse plants can create a fascinating show of color, texture and form. Check out our top 5 plant recommendations for rock gardens.

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 w

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