While “Rock Gardens” is a modern name, other terms related to gardening stone “rockeries” are used. The biggest problem is to determine which plants might work under conditions that can be made available. There are no plants that could be counted as a rock plant in any part of the country, so that the plants should be selected for the particular area in which they grew up. Background or backdrop for rock gardens vary due to topography and the character of the state. Be found in rough, rocky country rock garden site sometimes almost finished, but in other parts they must be collected materials for this purpose. In the latter case, care must be taken to produce a result that does not look forced or fails to produce on the square.
When building a house on a rocky hill it can often be possible to reserve adjacent areas, which can be performed in a very nice garden with a little modifications. Even the old mines and converted into an attractive garden. However, these functions are to be installed, it takes a good student of nature naturalistic rock outcroppings and other rocks reproduce. Boulders (round, worn stone water ) may be distributed on a ramp while on a steep slope stones should be placed close together, at some point even interdependent. Even the stone walls can be part of a rock garden.
Excavated stone walls or stone right field corner can often be used to save the banks. Stones, the weather is usually more interesting than the new face cut or broken. Where it ramps, a set of blocks at the bottom can be arranged with a space between them two to three times as wide as a stone, other blocks can be as high as the bottom of the front and back of the areas of peaks rear stone far enough to held the ground at the required angle.
Slope, wherein the space between the bricks, which are often only 2″ or 3″ is arranged to ground and then to stone the opening can be filled based on the low and the stone to the desired inclination of the wall permits. Stones are not uniform in size and irregular in contour than desirable for the purpose of making the wall more attractive building. If the stone, a relatively flat top surface, the surface should be arranged so that the water that falls on it, is run back to the wall and not.