Dwarf conifers are an ideal addition to any rock garden. For a cohesive look, vary foliage textures but stick to a unified color theme, such as silvery blue. Create a whole garden with conifers, tucking them between rocks, or pair the focal-point evergreens with colorful blooms for contrast. If youre mixing plants, be sure to plant the conifers beside or behind other low-growers to maintain visual balance as the conifers grow.
Rock Garden…Looks like some kind of Zen practice. Must’ve taken a very looooooong time.
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Hens-and-chicks are a lot like potato chips — you can’t stop with just one. These adorable, ground-hugging plants come in a wide assortment of shapes, sizes, and colors so they are super collectible. Each plant (the hen) sends out babies (the chicks) on short runners eventually forming a tight mat of pretty foliage.
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Resistant to heat, drought, poor soil, and salt, ice plant is about as indestructible as you can get. This mat-forming perennial has fleshy gray-green foliage that’s almost hidden by a barrage of jewel-tone, daisylike blooms in purplish-pink, yellow, white, orange, or red.