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Gravel Garden Planting Ideas. By combining multiple colored graves and stones you can give any kind of structure you want to the place. There appears to be suitable to use a gravel as the main material for the size solution.
There is nothing worse than seeing the edges of some awful material poking up through the gravel in your garden. Look for plants like lavender, yucca, lilies, juniper trees, lilacs, or stonecrop at your local nursery or home improvement store. Modern Gravel Above: In a Brooklyn backyard, garden designer Brook Klausing edged limestone pavers with crushed limestone dust mixed with gravel. "It's a very modern look, but I tried to soften it with the gravel and plantings, like the ferns in the gravel," says Klausing.
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Select a sunny, well-drained and weed-free area; although any soil type is possible, a sandy or gravelly soil works best. Always feel free to combine other ideas when using gravel around the fire pit to get a unique and personal result. Remove all grass, weeds, and existing plants.
Gravel Garden Planting Ideas
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