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nice How To: Landscaping with Rocks The design of a rock garden and layout of stones is something that each of us must choose according to his taste. So the decision is subjective and ve. - My Gardening Path

I'd like small paths of flat rocks in my gardens also. I was able to lay a few last year. I'm hoping for more this year.

Rock garden for side of house. Just those huge whatever they are steeping stones. I think our garbage can might look really good on one . - Gardening And Patio

Rock garden with Creeping thyme, early blue violets, fire witch, pussy toes, and succulents. Early blue violets are great for growing in rock crevices. - Gardening Gazebo

For along the fence Rock garden with Creeping thyme, early blue violets, fire witch, pussy toes, and succulents. Early blue violets are great for growing in rock crevices.

Gary Necci used mostly one-man rocks he could haul in and place himself to create planting pockets and steps up and down his steep West Seattle garden. (Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times)

Gary Necci’s love of hiking in the high alpine meadows at Mount Rainier inspired him to turn a mess of a steep backyard hillside into a tapestry of textural plantings in his West Seattle garden.