10 alpine rock garden ideas

Sow hardy plants that need cold comfort

Chelsea FS 1994. Design: Peter Tinsley. Alpine rock garden, Spring flowering alpine perennials May, by John Glover. #RockGarden THE PEAK seed-sowing season for bedding and vegetables is spring. However there are many hardy plants that have seeds which aren’t triggered into life until they’ve experienced a cold spell – and those are the ones that need sowing now.


Hanging and Trailing Succulent Set of 9

Rock Garden Hardy Succulent Collection Product Details Highlights Hand-picked selection: 9 different trailing soft succulents from genera such as Sedum, Crassula (Jade), and Senecio. Varieties will repeat if you order multiple sets Names included: Each plant has a reusable plastic name tag listing its exact species or cultivar Countless trailing uses: Try letting them cascade from hanging planters, window boxes, potted arrangements, and much more Detailed care guide included: We’ll help you get started even if you’re new to succulents Ready to plant: Well-established roots make these plants simple to transplant and easy to grow. Plants can be kept in original pots for several weeks with proper care PLEASE NOTE: Colors and varieties will be similar to photo, but may vary depending on the season. Color – Primary Green / Lime Color – Secondary Purple / Black Cold Hardiness Zone 10 (30F) Recommended Light Conditions Bright Indoor Light Recommended Light Conditions Filtered / Partial Sun Maximum Height Over 12″ Growth Habit / Shape Hanging / Trailing Product Format Set of 2.0″ Pots Special Characteristic Easy to Propagate Growing Info Climate: Zone 10+ (30F). Protect from frost and heavy rain (what’s my zone?) Where to Grow: Keep indoors in sunny rooms. Avoid placing on south-facing window sills to prevent sunburn Transplanting: We recommend transplanting within 1-2 weeks. If necessary, plants can stay in original pots for several weeks with proper care Soil: Use gritty, well-draining soil to promote root growth and minimize rot, e.g. a cactus or succulent potting mix from your local garden center Watering: Water deeply and only when the soil is completely dry. Actual frequency varies by location, container, soil, and season Containers: Use any kind of container, but drainage holes are recommended Propagation: Propagate using offsets, cuttings, or leaves (more info) Color: Tend to have green to purple tones that flush brighter when given more light and less water Complete Succulent Care Guide Dimensions Loose Rosettes: 1.75″W – 2.75″W Stemmed Varieties: 1.0″H – 4.0″H Pots / Roots: 2.0″L x 2.0″W x 2.0″H


How to: build and plant an alpine rock garden

Rockery garden Rock gardens make brilliant features. They’re striking, low maintenance, easy to build with kids and look good all year round. Alpine plants are perfect if you’re pushed for space or want to create a stylish low-key area. What are alpines? Rock gardens are brilliant features. They are easy, low-maintenance and really stylish. Get step-by-step advice on how to build a new rockery in your garden




How to: build and plant an alpine rock garden

Rockery garden Rock gardens make brilliant features. They’re striking, low maintenance, easy to build with kids and look good all year round. Alpine plants are perfect if you’re pushed for space or want to create a stylish low-key area. What are alpines? Rock gardens are brilliant features. They are easy, low-maintenance and really stylish. Get step-by-step advice on how to build a new rockery in your garden


Rock garden and alpine garden in 50 inspiring ideas

Rock garden and alpine garden in 50 inspiring ideas #alpine #garden #ideas #inspiring Having a rock garden or an alpine garden makes each outdoor area more beautiful and helps create visual interest. These two types of gardens extend the variety of vegetation that you can plant by creating special environments for alpine species. Alpine plants grow on rocky mountain slopes where soil drainage is good and there is …


WINDOW BOXES THAT WILL ADD A WOW FACTOR TO YOUR HOME

The 10 best alpine plants for the rockery. Choose these low-growing and drought-tolerant alpine plants for a rock garden full of flower colour Following a trip to Germany and France Bonnie Helander found herself fascinated by the many window boxes bursting with colorful blooms. In every town she visited she noticed more and…




Create a Rock Garden: Tips for Success

Creating an optimal environment and choosing the right plants are essential to creating a rock garden. Consider these tips from HGTV before planting your rock garden. Get expert tips for adding a low-maintenance, drought-tolerant rock garden to your landscape.


How to: build and plant an alpine rock garden

Rock gardens are brilliant features. They are easy, low-maintenance and really stylish. Get step-by-step advice on how to build a new rockery in your garden


SAXIFRAGA CAESIA (Blaugr?ner Steinbrech. Sassifraga verdazzurra. Saxifrage bleuatre. Sinjezeleni kamnokre?. Grey saxifrage). Saxifragaceae

SAXIFRAGA CAESIA (Blaugr?ner Steinbrech. Sassifraga verdazzurra. Saxifrage bleuatre. Sinjezeleni kamnokre?. Grey saxifrage). Saxifragaceae | by apollonio&battista Monte Baldo. Sentiero 651.




30 Rock Garden Plants That Perform Like Rock Stars

Got Rock? 30 Gorgeous Plants to build a Rock Garden #RockGarden #FallisForPlanting #Garden #Landscape #Organic #SpringHillNurseries soil is not ideal with a rocky landscape? If you have a rocky landscape that is a challenge to grow plants in, consider planting rock garden perennials.