11,812 rock garden low water gardening Home Design Photos

Andrew J Coleman
1 Review
Private Residence
Ideabooks4,985
Questions1
Rock wall made with "brick" style - casual feel
Path lighting for walkway and rear steps along raised garden
Rock work steps - from garage pad to garden
things simple. Sometimes all that's needed are light fixtures alongside the steps. The style of these outdoor lights fits in well with the overall garden, so they're equally decorative during daylight hours.
“Garden” — sarahmommom
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Rooftop Haven
Ideabooks2,094
Questions3
Mexican Beach pebbles...commonly available at landscape supply shops (possibly even big box hardware store with garden center).
I like the planters with the stones but different plants - like the ones at W Residences and shinny rocks
Top mulch pots with river rock
like ghe rocks with moss formthe bamboo planter
Boxed garden with bamboo would add privacy for the roof and beautiful white noise of the leaves to drown out the Dhaka cacophony.
“Bamboo” — shellybellshell
Eric Brandon Gomez Garden Design-Build
2 Reviews
West Hollywood Refresher
Ideabooks3,534
Questions3
is built with precast concrete pavers manufactured by Arto. You can purchase them from The Tile Room in West Los Angeles. The gravel is 3/4" crushed rock. You can find this at Bourget Brothers in Santa Monica.
NO GRASS TO MOW OR WATER
Love the use of pavers and loose rock...easy maintenance, but still "soft"
Pavers against river rock with splashes of low/no , Maintainence plants
water wise plants!! a bit of the contemporary look but not all of it one style.
“dog run” — mikewade11
Yaniv Schwartz - Photographer
ETHAN CARMEL ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks5,555
Questions4
Do you have a manufacturer for the garden windows that you used?
shallow back yard, use of rocks
Rock focal point, although my focal point are the heads.
Nice small Garden fits in with my plans
as supporting backdrop for a projected glass window bay. The wall has openings where needed for the interior to extend outside towards that amazing garden room.
“Wood” — huanminhu
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Arched Doorway
Ideabooks5,454
Questions1
Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) thanks to Fairfield House & Garden Co. for building this!
The Hostas are backed by a low stone wall with Boxwood planted above.
It reminds me of the secret garden a magical garden that
Lovely idea for a "ruin" door in the garden leading to....???
“Puertas” — laurarot
Richard P. Rauso, ASLA, Landscape Architects
1 Review
Typical Residential Projects
Ideabooks18,028
Questions5
How do you prevent the water from freezing during winter and protect the fountain?
What kind of basin and recirculation mechanism is under those pots? I'd love to add something like this to my garden/patio, but I'm unsure how the water recirculates in this feature.
fountains and rock bed for "dead corner" of patio
great ideas for fountains....maybe add two more to mine and place it some where in the garden
Water feature for front and back
“Water feature idea” — Jenni Hall
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
Ideabooks7,796
Questions3
The tree and the low grasses as well as the grass on the left side
Love a path in the garden
Love the colors in the garden
Nice rough edging between rocks and ground cover
just look at this garden
Rocks & plant arrangement
Garden with Chinese maple tree
Colourful garden...Garden waterfall...Garden path...Rock path...Bliss Garden Design...Bliss Garden Design
“Garden with Chinese maple tree” — Vanessa Couve
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks90,662
Questions17
bearing on whether the plant will grow well (With or without river rock). Assuming that you are in an area where Pachy can thrive.... then I suggest one of two things. First, it might be best to scoop up the majority of the river rock.... and I will bet that there is plastic or landscape fabric beneath
trowel and probably slower to fill in.... as Pachy takes a little while to get going. If this river rock bed is in the sun.... forget about it and consider ivy or some other ground cover. The rock combined with the sun would cook the tender plants. Sounds like you have some work to do. Best of luck
Grass between stone path- secret garden
The gardens for a country style
I like the low green plants that do ground cover
“Yard” — martanmc
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