1,160 black rock Asian Outdoor Design Photos

kim E. rooney
1 Review
lake forest residence
what material was used to set the black pebbles? How are they holding up? Are they coming loose?
curbside with flagstone paver with light colored river rock in between.
Simple use of stone and rock
Our slate w smooth accent rocks
Black rock drainage channel
Large rock with pavers
Black rocks. Clean lines.
Concrete and rocks - clean
river rock and slate
combination of cement and rocks
stones black...Black pebbles...black rock inserts...Black rocks...black river rocks...stones & rocks...Big black pebbles...Like rocks inserts...black river rock
“pavers” — joycycle2002
4 Reviews
Rooftop Haven
I like the planters with the stones but different plants - like the ones at W Residences and shinny rocks
The reflective black surface on the planter box
Bamboo in planters black rock
bamboo inj black rocks-potted
planters of black rock
Black stone r gr8...The black stones...Deck rocks...Like the rock box...Rocks in grey pots...rock garden
“Planta para balcón” — María Victoria Del Vecchio
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Need a good source for black river rock.
Black stones for foot massage path
different textures in pebbles and rocks
Mix rocks of shapes and colors
Love the moss, pagoda, the way the non obvious bridge crosses the stream an the larger black rock and smaller pea gravel combo
Love Rocks, mounds, color tree
“Garden” — kimc9034
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Who provides us with rocks?i mean from where do we have to purchase?how are the rates?
Rock placement, something to think about
Black mondo grass and Japanese maple. I like the black stones
the pavers are related by means of material and share similar colors, but they differ with regard to size, shape and texture. In addition, the river rocks and the pea gravel share shape and texture but contrast with regard to size and color.You may find that in juxtaposing two very dramatic elements, such
Before you plant. Black mondo is a low-maintenance, cold-hardy and pest-free plant. Plant spring through fall in rich, well-drained soils with medium moisture. As a slow-growing
“Using what we have already ,,,lots of rocks” — jroden
Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
5 Reviews
I have usually washed each one in soapy water and put them on top of black cloth which is on top of the soil. What a bad job! It takes days. Is there anything you can suggest to keep them looking fresh and shiny?
rocks and plants like these right at the back of the house maybe?
Use diff. size rocks. Some pea gravel and some river rocks
This conifer has the look of being blown and shaped by the wind over time, almost as if it has surrendered to it. Second, notice the river rock path. The rock placement creates a pattern that simulates moving water.Mastering the technique of perceived movement will set your garden apart from those of
“Nice” — jennymcbroom
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
mix of bluestone and rocks, possibly for drainage
Love the black rock against the
river rock border around bluestone slab
love the rounded black stones
small rocks between big rocks
Pavers separated by smooth rock
Rock and stone...Concrete, rocks...Rock contrast
“shale floor and dark stones combo” — Harrier PA
RH Factor Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Cohen Residence Entry Path
what is the crushed black rock you used?
...and, do you think it will keep it's deep black color?? thank you!
lighter when dry and or dusty. For dark gravel, try moon rocks otherwise known as mexican beach pebbles, which are also basalt, worn smooth. they can be obtained by the bag in different sizes, though they are MUCH more expensive than the black star which sells by the ton.
distributors of steel edging. i use black exclusively, preferring 10 gauge, but fewer places carry it. if you need more than 800 linear feet you can order directly from manufacturers.
The gravel photographed dark because it was a misty damp day. It is called black star gravel locally and is a basalt
stones, walk way, dark rocks, slat door
“Door decoration” — joon575
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Big rocks, rock wall and rock walk way
black mondo grass could be planted at base of Japanese Maple
How the rock has been incorporated
“Asian inspired large boulder inserted into rectilinear space. Japanese Maple. Texture contrast with black mondo grass
The rock for a difficult corner
its native boulders, whether limestone, honeycomb, moss rock, black basalt or granite.
Isn't a boulder just a big rock? Well, it depends. The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at least 10 inches across. It can be smooth or rugged, rounded or somewhat flat, but it's the size that sets it apart. Every geographic area has its
“stone” — Amy J. Greving - Art Studio LLC
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