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rockery

a garden constructed with rocks, esp one where alpine plants are grown
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The beautiful back garden has a rockery water feature, log store and patio area
Juniperus communis takes about ten years to reach a metre high and has a neat, textured, slightly fluffy look making it a good choice for containers or in a rockery in full sun or shade.
Best choices for decorative rockery stone include York stone, Welsh green stone, Cotswold stone and slate stone.
The club has proved hugely successful and teachers and parents have also mucked in by helping to create a rockery in the school grounds as well as a wildlife pond at the school entrance - which is now home to frogs and birds, much to the delight of the children.
I just put it down on the stones, remembering that it might be "my" rockery but it was the toad's home in that crevice between the stones.
They are good rockery plants, forming clumps which die down for winter, pushing up new crops of finely divided, silky leaves and buds in spring.
There is also a small pond with rockery and further rockery gardens to the rear together with a paved area.
Graeme and Tracey Hynd found the 70-year-old shelter when digging up their rockery at their new home in Willenhall.
Many rockery plants are now producing new growth after their trim earlier in the summer.
But there are also many winter-flowering dwarfs for the rockery which also brighten up patios if they are planted in containers.
Will grow to two or three feet and is ideal for a rockery, near water, or in a container.