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a garden with rocks and gravel in the middle
Projects
Landscape rock drainage ditch
a garden with rocks and plants in the middle, next to a fenced yard
Backyard landscape - disappearing stream into a long dry creek bed with planters and beds and the sitting area where the picture is being taken from.
a green and white cup filled with food on top of a saucer
Food and Drink - Recipes, Inspiration
French Onion Soup with Guinness
some purple flowers and rocks in a garden
Xeriscape Design; using drought-tolerant plants.
a garden with rocks and vases on the ground near a fenced in area
Backyard landscaping - a cool arrangement.
a garden with rocks and plants in the middle, next to a fenced yard
Backyard landscape - disappearing stream into a long dry creek bed with planters and beds and the sitting area where the picture is being taken from.
a garden with rocks and plants in front of a house
Backyard landscape - disappearing stream with a huge butterfly garden, large boulders, stone bridge and flagstone patio
a garden with rocks and wood in the center, along with a wooden walkway that leads to a deck
Dry River Bed Garden Ideas
a garden with rocks and plants in it
How to Create a DIY Dry Creek Bed in Your Yard
A dry creek bed offers a soothing, natural look in a garden. Design with a few gentle curves and a mix of rock sizes for a garden feature you'll love year-round. step-by-step instructions
a garden with rocks and gravel in the middle
Projects
Landscape rock drainage ditch
a garden with rocks and plants in it
Dry creek bed | Outdoor Ideas
a drawing of a man with a wheelbarrow shoveling through the ground next to a garden
How to Create a DIY Dry Creek Bed in Your Yard
STEP 3 Cover the bottom and the sloping sides of the stream bed with 1/2 inch of crushed pea gravel. The sharp edges of the gravel will keep it from migrating when it rains or when someone walks on it
a garden with rocks and plants in it
Garden Designers Roundtable: The Suggestion of Water
used several sizes of rock spaced unevenly, to give the creek bed a natural look. Note, too, how rounded rock (which looks like it has been tumbled by water) lines the meandering course. Along the banks grow dwarf agaves, aloes and the tough-as-nails groundcover, dymondia.