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Rock/Gravel Xeric Gardens

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Tuck some different kinds of thyme, from silvery to green, into joints between pavers to soften the appearance of garden steps. Their leaves will release a delightful aroma when you brush against them. Design: Richard William Wogisch.

24 great ideas from the Western Garden Book of Landscaping

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The RHS garden at Rosemoor -- Snowdrops grow high up on the rocky banks. All the better for admiring the fine detail of their skirts.

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Soft colors and textures belie the toughness of hardy succulents - they'll grow (and thrive) even in gravel and among rocks...

Learn Xeriscape Gardening - your drought tolerant paradise awaits

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Black mondo grass (Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens') with Sempervivums in gravel and scattered stones

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Aster oblongifolius ‘October Skies’, Lavender, and ornamental grasses catch the last of the evening light in The Gravel Garden.

What's in Bloom - October 18, 2013

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Melinis nerviglumis, or Ruby Grass, blooms in The Gravel Garden at Chanticleer.

What's in Bloom - August 2, 2013

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Morning dew covers Nassella tenuissima, or Mexican Hair Grass, in The Gravel Garden at Chanticleer.

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Containers of Agave attenuata and Agave 'Sharkskin' with Allium 'Ambassador' rising behind, in The Teacup Garden at Chanticleer.

What's in Bloom - June 14, 2013

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Hesperaloe parviflora [Brakelights] with Opuntia echinocarpa var. echinocarpa, a hardy cactus, behind.

What's in Bloom - June 28, 2013

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Gladiola communis ssp. byzantinus 'Cruentus' , a wild flower in the Mediterranean, emerges from Nasella tennuisima, The Mexican Hair Grass, ...

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Containers of Agave americana line the Gravel Terrace in the Chanticleer House Garden.

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Two Yucca rostratas stand sentry in The Gravel Garden at Chanticleer.

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Troughs in the Gravel Garden. Chanticleer, US

What's in Bloom - May 10, 2013

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Agave attenuata and lavender

Haus Design: My Favorites Lately...

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Propagating Echeverias

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Beautiful succulent coral reef planting with Dasylirion wheelerii on the right, on the left a few bromeliads, a blue river of Senecio mandraliscae below

Piece of Eden: Sherman Gardens "Coral Reef" Succulent Bed

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Five small round 'Tide Hill' boxwoods in an angled line transecting the edge of the gravel.

My Weeds Are Very Sorry: Fixing a Good Thing

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Boulders artfully strewn about the edges of a gravel area, just as a retreating glacier would have left them.

My Weeds Are Very Sorry: Fixing a Good Thing

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"Lori created a bed around the mesquite that’s mostly at ground level but also continues at patio level, with feathergrass and pink evening primrose planted directly in the decomposed granite."

Springtime visit to the Garden of Good and Evil | Digging

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Mini Rock Gardens to highlight small plants that often get lost in a large border

Amy's Mini Rock Gardens

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Can you see the rebar circles imbedded in the crushed gravel? Such a simple, yet creative, way to add an unexpected element to a gravel patio or pathway.

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Disappearing fountain and a walk bordered by lavender

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Nice rockwork and moss garden

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The gravel garden at Chanticleer provides a model for effective planting of an open and sunny slope. Gardeners added sand and gravel to the native clay and created a journey down and through a sun-loving medley of perennials, grasses, and herbs. In June, varieties of lavender, thyme, and the Mexican feather grass Nassella tenuissima provide plant structure.

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  • Kay Cabrera
    Kay Cabrera

    I love this casual structure. Beautiful.

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