If you want a stone garden with plants, first select the right plants for you and your region. Probably the most important factor to consider when looking for the right crop is the USDA zone.
The zone indicates how cold your coldest days are and whether a particular type of plant can withstand such temperatures. The only real information you need to learn from zones is that if you are in an extremely cold area, choose an “every zone” plant. The other areas will probably be close enough to your needs.
Another problem should be the amount of sunlight you would get for the area. It is not good to put a plant in your garden that needs plenty of sunlight if it is to be in the shade. It’s just too much work to die for.
To avoid planting your rock garden: Finally, you should try to avoid poisonous plants, as they may have undesirable consequences for your garden and your family. Some plants are good all year round and in all zones. These plants are good because they fit into any garden.
These include Basket of Gold and Green Carpet. Basket of Gold can survive with only three hours of sunlight, but Green Carpet doesn’t need much sun at all. Some plants that need a lot of light, are dwarf rickety, rock cress, cut jasmine, reverse cat, rock cress, pinks, alpine aster, ice plant, white grass, burberry, sulfur flower, milkweed (poisonous), alpenmohn ( toxic), dwarf baby breath, Evergreen Candytuft, Oregano (which is, of course, an herb to make it good for cooking), Pasque Flower, Soapwort and Speedwell.
If you have about three hours of sunlight a day, you can use get citizens, windmill, Horn rug, Wind Flower (poisonous), Alpine columbine (toxic), Aubretia, creeping bellflower, summer snow, alpine pink, shooting stars, chickens and chickens , fleabane, stork beetle, trumpet ensian, coral bells, Lewisia, Lithodora, Penstemon, phlox, Northern Jacobs Ladder, primula, quarry, stone crop, Pink pads, Blue Eyed Grass, Snowbell and Woolley thyme.
Rock Garden Plants Conclusion: If you have no real sunlight available, you can, of course, use the Stone Hill Orchid and certain varieties of northern Jacobs Ladder, primrose and chickens and chickens. If you want to get really big plants, consider the windmill, Wind Flower, Alpine Columbine, Shooting Star, Sulfer Flower, Coral Bells, Evergreen Candytuft and Lewisia.
When short plants are what you are looking for, citizens, bluebells, chickens and chickens, trumpet ensian, dwarf baby breath, green carpet, steingarten orchid, stew and woolley thyme are just for you.
Regardless of your region and climate, you should always be able to find suitable plants for your rock garden. And if you make sure that you meet your sunlight, temperature and water needs, you should almost always have a garden-free garden garden so you and your neighbors can enjoy it. If you have spent enough time to plan, you can even begin to match colors in your garden and create an even flashier screen.