Rock gardens originated in Japan in the 13th century. The shape and position of stones has a special meaning. Wavy lines marked between the stones: this is the image of water running from mountains. Dry gardens are a part of desert landscaping as well. These are gardens that do not need watering. In contrast to rock gardens, they have plants, but only those, which usually grow in deserts. As we have said above, these plants need no watering. If some of them die, they are replaced with new ones. Thus, natural selection takes place. So, why not to use some of these desert landscaping ideas for your garden?
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First of all, we should say that nice, picturesque, but simple garden designs require preparation. There are different stages of this process. In the beginning the area must be divided into zones which are a garden, flowerbeds, rest zone, area for children, and place for utility supplies. At the second […]
A paver patio is a brilliant idea for any yard. It requires low maintenance and is very convenient and durable. Pavers patio design is up to you; here you have enough space for your imagination and creation. With pavers for patio you can create yourself a variety of exploitations, for […]
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