Small Garden Ideas With Rocks. Plus, rock gardens are super easy to maintain, and even small ones look effective. 'Rock Gardens do not have to be on a grand scale or include monumental works of earth and stone,' says Thomas Freeth, Rock Garden supervisor at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Find this Pin and more on Yard ideas by Cindi Cole.
Add to existing stone steps and walls. Use perennials, ornamental grasses and small shrubs to add vertical height. Pebbles and small stones are a DIY friendly way to build a path in your front yard.
Just remember whatever posts/wire/cable set up you use, make sure it is strong enough to hold the weight of the rocks you fill it with. ' Project Landscape ' brings us these garden ideas with rocks for making wire towers.
In addition to this, creating stack stones will add a creative touch to your rock garden design.
Then put your decorative rocks on top. After planting, top dress bare soil between the rocks with a layer of grit or fine gravel. The decision is yours on what rock garden plant type you prefer, but some popular choices are usually low growing plants.
See more ideas about rock garden landscaping with rocks rock garden landscaping. After planting, top dress bare soil between the rocks with a layer of grit or fine gravel. Rocks look perfect around a small pond and work to transition the natural look of the pond into the masonry of the walkway. You can also put in various types of flowering plants to enhance your rock garden's aesthetic during the year's warmer months. Placing rocks strategically along the slope of the garden with plants scattered among them gives this garden an almost "art deco" look.