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Rock Garden Color Combinations - I would like a rock wall like this along one of the fences in the back yard, maybe the one by the breakfast nook

Flax - one hearty plant that comes up year after year, useful as a fiber producing plant,  and the deer won't eat it!

If the deer won't eat it, then I need it for sure. Blue Flax - one hearty plant that come up year after year - and the deer won't eat it!

ANDROSACE ALPINA (Androsace dei ghiacciai. Alpen-Mannsschild. Androsace des Alpes. Alpski oklep).Primulaceae, via Flickr.

rock garden, use sedum and other flowering drought tolerant plants for a pop of color. Good for my rock wall :)

Steeply sloped areas don’t have to be ‘trouble spots.’ Hillsides can be turned into gorgeous rock gardens. Here are some tips.

Czy to bedzie tak wygladac? Steeply sloped areas don’t have to be ‘trouble spots.’ Hillsides can be turned into gorgeous rock gardens. Here are some tips.

Bildergebnis für diy steingarten

Bildergebnis für diy steingarten

Garten verschönern - unterschiedliche Pflanzsorten

Front Yard Landscaping Ideas showing green garden with colorful flower and green plant also green grass yard. Inspiring Decoration Of Front Yard Landscaping Ideas Brings Beautiful Front Yard View

Creating an optimal environment and choosing the right plants are essential to creating a rock garden. Consider these tips from HGTV before planting your rock garden.

Tips for Planting a Rock Garden- DK Books - Learn to Garden.Creating an optimal environment and choosing the right plants are essential to creating a rock garden. Consider these tips from HGTV before planting your rock garden.

kleiner garten - bunt und lustig

Landscaping in a small space: Use Color Effectively We love this trick: Place bold, bright colors in front of where you'll view them. Because they catch your attention first, the rest of the landscape beyond will seem to recede, helping it to feel larger.

kleiner garten - entfernung

Make a Destination. The highlight of this small landscape is a pergola draped with wisteria. Placing the pergola in the back corner of the yard gives you -- and your eye -- a destination, which helps make it feel more spacious

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