186,411 rock garden Home Design Photos

Princeton Scapes Inc
1 Review
lake house
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Ideas for rocks against the house
I love the use of rocks for the slope
rocks and ornamentals in between fences upper right yard?
we like large boulders/rocks
large rocks - zeroscape areas
Rock garden in front
Planting between the rocks
Rocks in the planting
garden ideas with rocks
use of big rocks...Use of rocks...Rock outcrop pings...love the rocks...Garden stones...Front garden rocks...cascading rocks...Rock garden...irregular rock wall
“Design” — maydesjardins
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Point Dume Residence
Ideabooks1,369
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through a rock garden featuring a large rock fountain.
love the size of the rock mulch
Grass walkway... Through rocks, not rock walkway surrounded by grass.
I like the rocks on the side
interesting uses of grass, rocks, trees and more
grass path thru rock garden
Rocks instead of plants
Rock color and landscape
lrg rock, enclosure.
rock garden...Rock landscape...river rocks...Large rocks in beds...Rock walkway area...Rocks with grass...rock part...nice rock...rock garden...rock landscape...garden sculpture
“side of house & not ugly” — sarahfess
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks966
Questions0
rock & foliage for garage overhang
rock garden - create raised landscape planters!
Rocks and plantings.
rocks create plateau
Rocks stacked nicely with plants
colors, textures, plant materials, rocks
Rock Garden...Stone garden...hill side garden...Love the rock...Rock wall, grasses...\rocks & Grasses
“Boulders” — boernegirl
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Carmel Valley 03 (Design by Ron Herman)
Ideabooks3,939
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base rock layer that is also compacted.
addition of rock. Here a more traditional cottage style garden uses rock slabs to create a hillside planter.
rustic sloped planter. Note rock seat
Wood front steps and natural rock/ boulder retaining wall
stacked rocks-maybe in front of cement blocks
Large rock on edge of stairs.
big rocks by garden sitting area
rock slabs to create a planter
All garden styles can benefit from the addition of rock. Here a more traditional cottage style garden uses rock slabs to create a hillside planter.
“Large rocks as a retaining wall?” — Ariana McNally
Monrovia
Prostrate Rock Cotoneaster
Ideabooks342
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Rock cotoneaster (Cotoneaster horizontalis var. perpusillus) Perfect for rock gardens, cotoneaster
deter garden visitors from straying. Rock cotoneaster has a naturally beautiful form if it's allowed to spread, so don’t plant it too close to paths or garden edges. Instead, allow the plant to spread elegantly in rock gardens or over stone walls.
straying. Rock cotoneaster has a naturally beautiful form if it's allowed to spread, so don’t plant it too close to paths or garden edges. Instead, allow the plant to spread elegantly in rock gardens or over stone walls.
structure of rock contoneaster serves well as a ground cover. It is recommended that you space plantings 5 feet apart. Group rock cotoneaster on a bank or hillside for attractive erosion control and to deter garden visitors from straying. Rock cotoneaster has a naturally beautiful form if it's allowed to spread
“Cottoneaster” — Silver Brook Landscape Design & Installation
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
27 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks10,113
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aised garden beds, stone garden beds, fence, vegetable garden, flower garden
triangle garden bed for yard corner
stones for border of raised garden
RockConstructing raised beds from rock is a very easy DIY project for the average homeowner. Small boulders or large cobbles can be used, and they needn't be mortared in place, assuming your wall is fairly low (12 inches or less, still a respectable height for raised beds). The beds can be straight
larger rocks can simply be pushed up against one another, while smaller ones can nestle together to create a border. Pros: Rock can create a very casual, cottage-y look, and it's an easy DIY project for most homeowners. This type of construction requires no special equipment, and the materials are widely
“Fence” — kaaronplant
Lisa Wilcox Deyo Landscape Architecture
Lisa Wilcox Deyo Landscape Architecture
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Rain garden Lisa Wilcox Deyo Landscape Architecture
Dry stream bed to connect downspout to rain garden lined with grasses.
Large rocks with small rock creek bed
Rocks for rain side yard
I like the rock river!
Behind Auntie Megan's Garden?
bamboo screen, river rock "stream"
rocks for drainage...Rocks for out back....Rock river bed...Rock creekbed...Rock Garden...and rain garden...Rock bed...Rock garden....River rock...rock color...garden rocks...garden drainage...Rock river...Rock triver...colors and rocks...River rocks...rain garden...rock garden
“Stones” — Clay Harpool
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,235
Questions2
Stone garden parh for a slope
Like the rock steps with natural foresty
Looks like Nany's steps in garden
natural look rock garden
rock garden around stairs
Rocks made into steps
steps made with large rocks
space between rocks for plants
3. Rock loversPlants can slip just about anywhere they have access to soil and water. Here, black mondo grass, coral bells, sedum and low-growing evergreens thrive between a rock and a hard place.
or in a rock garden.
For my garden...rock steps...around rock path...Rock garden...Rock stair plants...rocks & plants...Garden steps!...Sedums around rocks
“Natural stepping stones” — Amalia Williams
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