Creative landscaping with rocks
The popularity of landscaping with rocks is growing because of the ease of maintenance. Rocks don’t need much attention at all. They also add a sense of permanence in a residential setting.
This is a big fake rock in the middle of a round-a-bout in St. George, Utah. It looks pretty dang cool!
Sometimes a centerpiece in the middle of a lawn looks great. I really like the way this rock is centered inside a curb ring with other rocks. My wife’s brothers designed and created these types of stone formations. They really are artists in great demand in the Southern Utah area.
Stone arrangements are the most popular design right now. I don’t understand it very well, but it has something to do with the yard as a whole balancing out.
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