Growing a rock garden can add a lovely element to your landscape. Mix up different plants, shrubs, herbs, cacti, and succulents to enhance the beauty of your property. Rock gardens are simple to maintain. It's simple to obtain hold of, whether it's thrown out of the forest, beach, mountain or desert, or bought at a local kindergarten. They add visual interest and variety to your garden.
Rock gardens are a hot trend in the gardening world as they can add a modern element to any landscape design. If you are looking for an simple-care landscape or would like to create a mini rock garden on your property, we have a large collection of ideas for you below. See each image for more information and resources.
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1. Dry Creek bed. Quartz rocks in Bainbridge Island, Washington, Welsh define this rock garden. Smaller stones and pebbles are spread out to form the dry stream bed. Different bushes and grasses add color. (Over Bliss Garden Design)
2. gravel road. A gravelly scenic path leads through a lush garden with large gray rocks that define the path. Instead of the traditional stone slab, this is an idyllic alternative for a more natural look. (Over Fifth season of landscaping and construction)
3. Create a garden retreat. Multiple sizes of stones, gravel, and gravel give dimension while stacked flat stones on one side form a wall. Succulents and plants lined up on either side of the dry stone bed adding color. (Over NC designs)
4. Boulder-accented river bed. This is the easiest and easiest rock garden to use when you have some extra large rocks surrounded by a variety of shrubs, herbs, ferns, and herbs. Smaller pebbles are scattered around the plants as fillers. (Over LDAW landscape architecture)
5. Secret road bridge. Use flagstones and rocks in your yard to create an inexpensive path in your yard. Lush plants surround the garden and create a peaceful oasis. (Over Richard Kramer – RKL Design)
6. Zen Rock Garden. A winding dirt road is defined by rock walls with raised gardens. Plants flow over rock faces to create a lush tropical garden feel. White flowers are Japanese stewartia. Trees with white leaves, camellia-like flowers, and orange centers that emphasize fresh green leaves are Japanese stewartia. The leaves turn bronze-purple in autumn. The foliage turns bronze-purple in autumn. This deciduous tree is a tree that works all season. (Over Whitmore's landscape)
7. Live the lush garden. This lovely succulent collection is in a garden in San Luis Obispo County, Southern California. Succulents do top in bright but indirect sunlight. Plant in sandy soils, the juicy fruits of which drain easily. As a filler, stones and pebbles in your soil can greatly develop the aesthetics of your succulents. (Over Gardens by Gabriel, Inc.)
8. River Rock Road. River rocks are used to highlight this hillside garden. Large boulders define the wall around the cobblestone terrace. The combination of different stone materials creates visual interest and texture. (Over Paradise restored landscape and exterior design)
9. Rock Water Feature. A small water feature is located in a bank with lush planting on both sides, which creates a tropical feel. (Over Extreme outdoor spaces)
10. Bubbly Rock. Create a zen-like feeling in your garden with a water fountain surrounded by river stones of various sizes. When adding a water feature to your rock garden, take the time to make it look natural. (Over Landscape of Aden)
11. Raised bed vegetable garden. Use large stones to outline raised beds with organic vegetables and herbs for an edible garden. Seasonal favorites in this garden are lettuce, kale, fennel, parsley, and thyme. (Over Home and Garden Design, Inc.)
12. Garden defined by pavers. This secluded garden keeps animals out and is filled with colorful flowers, herbs, and vegetables. Stone paving stones are used to depict different types of gardens, while gravel is used for a path around gardens. (Over ENVIRONMENTS Landscape architecture + construction)
13. Entrance stone path. In this back garden of the Seattle residence, large stepping stones are accentuated by massive river rocks. Plants are Pittosporum bushes. (Over Folia Gardening + Design)
14. Interesting rock / plant scan. Use a mixture of stones, river stones, and herbs for visual interest. This less water garden gives your outdoor garden a kind look and requires minimal maintenance. (Over JPM landscape and design)
15. Rock garden design. Cobblestones depict this garden bed full of colorful flowers and tall grass. Pebbles are used as fillers instead of traditional mulch. A small stone water feature gives this rock garden a zen-like element. (Over Kenny's landscape)
16. Desert Rock Garden. A home in Arizona has this simple-care rock garden that is idyllic for the desert landscape. Native plantings add color and green to the harsh landscape. (Over Pinterest)
17. Japanese style landscape. A house in New Jersey has this lovely evergreen garden. A stone path is defined by wooden steps. The use of large rocks and conifers of different heights adds to the visual appeal. (Over Dabah landscape designs)
18. Etli rock garden. River rocks and beach sand underline this lively, lush garden. If you don't have a beach nearby, you can obtain the rocks from Lowe's or Home Depot. (Over HGTV)
19. Live rock garden. In Corona, California, this dry river bed can direct drainage during the rainy season. The foreground plant has Salvia Chamedryoides. Its cobalt blue flowers and gray leaves are extremely tough, heat resistant and hummingbirds love it! (Over Jean Marsh Design)
20. Spill from Succulents Creek Bed. Create a fleshy flower pot look with fleshy rosettes. River rocks and pebbles are used to fill in the succulents. Add some seashells as accents to this dry stream bed. (Over Pinterest)