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rockery

a garden constructed with rocks, esp one where alpine plants are grown
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Another type, A apennina, blooms a bit later and also looks good in rockeries or as ground cover under shrubs.
The new site is highly prominent, close to the Princess of Wales Pavilion in a surrounding of planting, trees and rockeries.
This has to be one of my all-time favourite perennials and the alpine phlox which are now in bloom come in a huge range of vivid colours, adding a vibrant splash to rockeries and raised beds, path edges or shingle areas, growing only a few inches tall but producing a mass of colour.
PHLOX This has to be one of my all-time favourite perennials, and the alpine phlox which are now in bloom come in a huge range of vivid colours, adding a vibrant splash to rockeries and raised beds, path edges or shingle areas, growing only a few inches tall but producing a mass of colour.
Aubrieta is a great low-growing cascading plant suitable for ground cover in the border, rockeries or cascading from walls.
At 10-15cm tall with pink and yello flowers in March, they are ideal for rockeries and pots.
Their dainty white and green bell-shaped blooms hang on 6in stems and look wonderful in drifts in woodlands, as a carpet in dappled shade under trees or as a welcome addition to rockeries and scree beds.
The garden also includes a raised flower bed, kitchen garden, greenhouse, fruit trees and rockeries.
Similarly, rockeries should be constructed with natural stone set well into the soil to resemble a natural outcrop.
THEY are among my favourite rockery plants, their flat heads of brightly coloured blooms providing a wealth of colour in rockeries, tumbling over walls and providing masses of colour in alpine planters.
apennina appear a little later and are ideal for growing in rockeries or as ground cover.