With unpredictable weather conditions and the ‘now’ lifestyle, the interest in owning and maintaining a green garden is starting to fade. Instead, many have turned to dry gardens like stone gardens.
1. High durability
Rock Garden can survive in difficult environmental conditions
The heat of the sun, strong winds and long dry seasons will no longer be a problem for those of you who choose to have a rock garden. The types of plants and plants in the rock garden can tolerate all kinds of extreme weather conditions and can also survive both the rainy and dry seasons, such as for example these parks have long existed and survived in Las Vegas.
2. Low maintenance costs
The rock garden is ideal for people who live busy lives and cannot be bothered to take care of parks like cutting grass, watering, trimming, or weeding plants. Like a garden in this house for example, the entrance and backyard area of this house only uses stones and cactus to turn the garden atmosphere into the house.
3. Look amazing throughout the year
As long as you use a combination of flowering plants that bloom in spring and summer and plants that grow in autumn, you will be able to enjoy your rock garden throughout the year.
4. Make the home page feel wider
Stone gardens need fewer plants than ordinary green gardens, and you can fill empty spaces with smaller rocks to make your home page full without feeling overgrown. This can make the home page look bigger than it actually looks like the picture below.
5. Diversify pages
Stone gardens can easily be made from a combination of small pebbles, medium-sized stones, and large stones that are all arranged to create the depth and diversity of your home page themes.