Natural ingredients should be anyone’s first choice when decorating outdoors and having a stone garden is definitely on your wishlist this summer. Use stones to turn your simple and boring backyard into a beautiful and relaxing oasis. Use the beauty of their carvings to make attractive designs and try to make them look as natural as possible in the settings you provide.
By utilizing large stones you can give your space a natural and natural appeal. This rough look is great for adding texture to your landscape. Smaller rocks can make a good bed for some plants and can be used instead of mulch or pieces of wood. You can also choose to have stones without any green plants at all. Sitting in a well-organized stone garden without plants, or with manicured sand, is a very interesting and interesting idea.
Rock roles must be played in the garden. Especially for Japanese creations, stone gardens have started to appear in other cultures as well as static and dynamic mixtures. They are used in certain garden zones to form fire holes, elegant arches, to form fountains or as simple stepping stones that are combined in vegetation. Mixing and matching is the key here if the goal is to get a balanced, complex garden design, not one that falls into a dry garden type.