Best Plants for Rock Gardens: Rock cress, also called arabis, gets its name from the fact that it will thrive in the thin ribbon of soil wedged between boulders. This pretty creeper grows 4-6 inches tall and produces masses of cheerful pink or white flowers in the spring. It can tolerate heat and drought and is deer-resistant. Botanic Name: Arabis sp. Zones: 4-8 Light: Full sun/ Partial sun

Natural elements exists everywhere we look, but one of the most common element is rock from the ground. Using different types of rock products to enhance your landscaping can bring a natural element, as well as, a beauty to your landscaping that contrasts with your lawn and flowers. This contrast can create separation of spaces …

rock garden – would be great if any of your connections could procure FREE rocks. A pile of them surrounded by some ground cover and maybe grasses or shrubs would break up the vast expanses of lawn and be a germ to infect the rest of the boring parts with more interesting plant matter