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Rock Garden Setting

Rock Garden SETTING  

Rocky is a garden reminiscent of a natural landscape scale. It can be a rocky hill, a stream or a winding road on a mountainside.

All beads should be constructed as natural as possible.

Do not paint or stones cemented roads because they are against the principle of building rubbles.

How rockery is built  

The middle of the floor to the ideal rock garden is a successful slime of the earth, soft or sandy.

If we want to use a miniature hills as the site for its rock garden should be full of stones, rocks and Concrete rubble to allow drainage and avoid the cost of purchasing garden soil which is costly calm in the city and suburban communities.

Draw a plan of development Your garden building stone. Identify the different parts of the landscape, including plants that are cultivated.

Errors and unnecessary expense Workplace and materials can be avoided this way.

Make a small rock garden because it is easier to maintain and instead of great.

ideal plant for rockeries  

Small trees and shrubs are in your area may be planted in your garden rocks. Cacti and other succulents, perennials and vines, mosses and lichens cleverly mixed with herbs in your flower garden will create an atmosphere closer to nature.

He suggested rock plants 

Trees and shrubs  

A) small pine 7) camachile

Gubat 2) Araucaria Pine Norfolk Island 8) Chaang

3) Agoho 9) Stick Factory

4) of dwarf bamboo 10) Phylanthus myrtifolius

5) Some species of cypress 11) Thuja orientalis

6) pomegranate, persimmon 12) Thuja occidentalis    

leaved plants  

1) Heart of Mary 6) San Francisco

2) Mayana, coleus 7) San Jose Baston

3) CopperLeaf, scalypha 8) maize plants

4) Maranta, 9 plants prayer) spotted dracaena

5) Papua  

Vines and creepers  

1) Creeping Figure 5) Tribulus

2) plant metal 6 sheets) Caracol

3) Casa de la Moneda, herba Good 7) Moss Rose, Purslane

4) Verbena 8) Wandering Jew   

Cacti and other succulents  

1) Opuntia, dilang Baka-5) Aloe

2) Echinocereus 6) Still alive

3) White Torch Cactus 7) Episcia (cash and common)

4) dwarf plants snake 8) Peperomia

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Cree Ramasasa freelance writer, writes about gardens gardening tips and internet marketing. You can obtain a copy of his e-book "Getting Started in Flower Gardening" and "cultivate Vegetable Gardening Made Easy ", you also get many tips, articles and free bonus: www.crisramasasa.com

 

About the Author

Cris Ramasasa is a retired Horticulture teacher for 29 years and Freelance writer. Writes home gardening tips and resources. Written ebooks titled: How To Get Started In Flower Gardening and Vegetable Gardening Made Easy.

Soon to put up his website; www. how-to-get-started-in flower-gardening.com

Norfolk Southern Manifest Crosses the Tunkhannock Viaduct, 200 Feet Above the Camera 12/30/08