Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 25, 2014
After completing a landscaping endeavor, most homeowners simply want their lovely, modern showpiece to stay put. Hence, a trend towards low-maintenance landscaping has risen within the landscaping community.
A recent two-part series published by B&D Rockeries, explains how rockery elements accommodate the latest low maintenance landscaping trends. To view part I in the series, click here.
In order to decrease mowing time, low maintenance landscaping designs reduce the size of grass lawns. Consequently, rockeries are installed as texture-enhancing replacement features. Rock gardens are another trendy landscaping element, reducing the number of plants or flowers necessary and adding character through the complementary contrast of the flowers and rocks.
The second installment in this two-part series on low maintenance landscaping discusses various types of rockery filler flowers and ground cover, focusing on choices that require little to no upkeep attention. Among their recommendations are creeping phlox, evening primrose, and yellow alyssum. According to the article, "These lovely, low-maintenance flowers and ground cover options are fantastic ways to spice up your rockery or rock garden."
Homeowners can choose a landscaping design plan that will look nice year round and will minimize the amount of upkeep necessary. For more information on rockeries, rock gardens, and water features, visit B&D Rockeries’ blog.
About B&D Rockeries:
B&D Rockeries has been serving in the Snohomish and King county areas for over 35 years. Owner, Neil Eneix, has a capable and skilled knowledge of rock retaining wall development that will help you accomplish any rock garden design that you need. Whether you’re looking for rocks or blocks, Neil has been helping homeowners carefully plot out their landscaping projects for years.
1249 NE 145th St
Seattle, WA 98125