You've probably come across natural stone in many places in a garden, like pavers and building blocks for walls. But you can also use rock in less cultivated and more natural shapes in your backyard. Here are two ideas.
Why not use boulders to decorate your garden? Landscape supply outlets have a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. You could pick one massive boulder and have them deliver and place it in the right spot in your yard.
Soil erosion can be a serious problem on steep slopes. When landscaping areas of land that are steeply sloped, it is important to put measures in place to keep the soil from washing away. Here are some tips that can help.
1. Plant Shrubs
One of the best methods of environmental erosion control is to plant shrubs on the slope. Choose a low, spreading variety for best results. The roots of the shrub bind the soil together, making it much less susceptible to erosion.