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The 10 best alpine plants for the rockery. Choose these low-growing and drought-tolerant alpine plants for a rock garden full of flower colour

Rockery plants: Top 10 plants for an alpine rock garden

The 10 best alpine plants for the rockery. Choose these low-growing and drought-tolerant alpine plants for a rock garden full of flower colour - Gardening Ideas

Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012 - On-line Shows - Alpine Garden Society

Class 5 - Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012 - Alpine Garden Society

Rockery garden   Rock gardens make brilliant features. They’re striking, low maintenance, easy to build with kids and look good all year round. Alpine plants are perfect if you’re pushed for space or want to create a stylish low-key area. What are alpines?

How to: build and plant an alpine rock garden

Aubrieta is a carpeting plant that produces masses of purple flowers in late spring. It has rough, hairy leaves and can be any tone from pale lilac to deep violet.

A pretty row of Armeria edges the path of the Coastal Garden - rock/gravel garden ideas

ground cover next to wood fence A pretty row of Armeria edges the path of the Coastal Garden - rock/gravel garden ideas

Herbs planted with roses - I would love to live in a place like this

Alternative to a highly controlled garden treatment - informal Tuscan Garden (Bella Terra Garden Design)

Erigeron karvinskianus    Flowers April-November. Good for softening paths, walls, etc.

Erigeron karvinskianus

Have you got some steps, paths or walls you want softening with curtains of daisies? That's exactly what this wonderful plant - Erigeron karvinskianus - is for. It flowers for about nine months of the year and gently self-sows into all the nooks.

How to: build and plant an alpine rock garden

How to: build and plant an alpine rock garden

10 Off The Radar European Destinations To Visit This Year - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

10 Off The Radar European Destinations To Visit This Year

With almost 50 countries, hundreds of cities and a mind-boggling array of natural destinations, Europe has endless possibilities of places to explore, sights to see and delicious foods to taste however one of best ways of getting

~~Alpine Rock Garden Wall by Judy White~~

Rock garden plants in stone crevices including Alpines mix, in stone wall tower (Lewisia, phlox, Sempervivum, Silene acaulis Francis Copeland' etc. growing vertically in nooks and crannies; a variety of flowering and foliage

Look at what an old brick (with those two holes) can become

The Insider: How to upcycle (without much effort)

Make a Brick Succulent Planter/Candle Holder miniature gardens. Easy and even more Charming if you grow Moss over the Bricks Perfect for outdoor Altars and Fairy Gardens