Simple Rock Garden IdeaS

– Choose a location that gets full sun or partial shade. Rock gardens need good drainage, so avoid low-lying areas that tend to stay wet.

– Gather a variety of rocks in different sizes and shapes. Use a mix of large rocks for structure and smaller rocks for filling in.

– Add a layer of soil to the bottom of your rock garden. The soil should be well-draining and rich in organic matter.

– Plant a variety of drought-tolerant plants that will thrive in your climate. Some good choices for rock gardens include sedums, succulents, alpine plants, and mosses.

Water your rock garden regularly after planting, but once it is established, you should only need to water it occasionally.

– Mulch around your rock garden to help suppress weeds and retain moisture. – Enjoy your beautiful and low-maintenance rock garden!

Use rocks that are native to your area. Consider the size of your rock garden when choosing plants. Group plants together by their water needs. Keep an eye out for pests and diseases