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rockery

a garden constructed with rocks, esp one where alpine plants are grown
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But don't be put off if you are struggling for space - even small rockeries can be a hugely effective feature in a garden.
The Trusts say the public should look for alternatives for garden rockeries.
We have a cottage garden, a wild garden and a Japanese area with ponds and rockeries. ''
Willow Cottage at Longhirst Station, Northumberland, stands in around half an acre of formal lawned gardens with pond and rockeries.
These gorgeous Red Riding Hood tulips add interest and colour to any garden - and with its vivid crimsonflowers and striped leaves we reckon they're especially good for rockeries.
Rockeries have long been their most popular home and mine is stuffed full of the little beauties, cascading over huge stones, peeking out from cracks.
There are pleasant, lawned gardens with a paved courtyard, terraces and rockeries. There is also a timber shed, summer house, and greenhouse.
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.
Ideal for rockeries or containers they are one of the first tulips to flower.
There is a garage and large gardens with patios, gravelled areas and rockeries.
A beautiful dwarf tulip ideal for rockeries and containers, they will naturalise profusely year on year to produce an annual carpet of yellow, edged white [?] flowers.
Valle Crucis Abbey in Llangollen has been slowly disappearing over the years because locals have helped themselves to the historic stones to decorate garden walls and beef up rockeries.