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Rock plants

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These amazing, low-maintenance plants don't mind poor soil but do need good drainage to survive. Here's a list of our top plants for rock gardens.

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Perfect for rock gardens, these pretty, low-maintenance perennials don't mind poor soil and drought but they do need good drainage. #rockgarden #perennials #noworkgardening #plantsfordrainage #bhg

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Lithops are both beautiful and unique. Learn how to water, re-pot, divide, and otherwise care for these collectable little houseplants.

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A rock wall is tricky, but if you know the perfect rock wall landscaping plants, you can dress it up right! Let me show you what plants work well for landscaping a rock wall.

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Try these incredible perennials for rock gardens that adapt to poor soils and dry conditions. Plant species like Rock Cress that are practically made for alpine slopes and terrain. Add a succulent or two for drought tolerant plants that grow almost anywhere. #perennials #rockgarden #succulent

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A rock garden is a stylish way to display your favourite alpine and other small plants. We recommend 12 to get you going.

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These pretty, low-maintenance perennials make top choices for rock gardens, alpine gardens, or any well-draining, gravelly spot. That's because these compact plants will produce vibrant flowers and foliage, even in poor soil, drought, and heat.

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A rock wall is tricky, but if you know the perfect rock wall landscaping plants, you can dress it up right! Let me show you what plants work well for landscaping a rock wall.

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We specialize in drought-tolerant, fire-resistant landscape succulents such as agaves, aloes, cacti, caudiciforms, euphorbia, stonecrops, and other exotics.

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