Natural stone is one of the most versatile elements available for a desert landscape makeover. Adding rocks is an organic way to enhance the look of your yard, conserve water, and provide rain and erosion control. Not only are they extremely beneficial, landscape rocks also add texture and contrast to your landscaping while maintaining a natural
Rock garden landscaping is an excellent way to use land that isn’t suitable for many plants, trees, or shrubbery. Sloping surfaces work well for this landscape strategy because the incline assists with drainage. Consider these ideas: (1) Hillside Rock Garden Use a variety of rocks and boulders to provide ground cover for the slope you
Tessellated Pavement is quite a sight to see. The pavement is created due to a unique erosion feature. The erosion is formed in flat sedimentary rocks on some ocean floors. Due to the erosion, the rock fractures into polygonal blocks that closely resembles tile, or in other words "Tessellations". You can find the famous tessellated pavement in Tasmania.
Ale's Stones, otherwise known as "Ales Stenar is located in Scania, which is in the southern part of Sweden. This megalithic monument consists of one stone ship that is 67 meters long and is surrounded by 59 large boulders of sandstone. Each boulder weighs up to 1.8 tonnes. Legend has it that King Ale, a