How Do You Landscape With Decorative Rock Mounds?
Rocks and boulders are natural features that add a rugged beauty to the landscape and layout of your yard. If your property is relatively rocky, you may wish to plant a garden around an existing large rock to feature it and bring out its beauty. If your property lacks dimension and layers aesthetically, you can bring in rocks or boulders. A rock garden showcases the beauty of rocks and boulders and adds an exciting layer to any yard. Sketch the position of your house in relation to the yard. Incorporate any large features—existing gardens, bushes, trees. Mark the position of any natural rocks or boulders. Determine where you want to add a rock feature based on your drawing. With a colored pencil, add the features you wish to introduce. Be liberal; you can always cut things out once you have your vision on paper. To build a garden around a natural boulder, look at the placement of the rock in the yard. For instance, you do not want a huge garden at the edge of your yard. If the rock i