Sink It Down. A large rock plunked down on top of the soil is a dangerous landscaping practice. Partially burying the larger rocks prevents them from tipping, should someone sit or stand on them. The rocks also look more natural because larger rocks in nature tend to sit partially underground.
How to Place Boulders and Rocks in the Landscape
- Step 1. Decide where you want to place each boulder in the landscape. Since it will be a focal point, do not place a…
- Step 2. Decide how many large rocks you want to place in the landscape. It’s best to choose only two to three very large…
- Step 3. Use a shovel to dig out an area of the ground where you will place the…
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