Dry Stream Bed


I think I finally have my dry stream bed the way I want it. The best thing was the rocks were free. I had to remove the rock this year and clean out debris and decided to plant Liriope to line the stream bed which fills up during a rain. The back yard is hard as a rock and Liriope is the best thing for green in this situation. I built both bridges out of landscape timbers and fence pickets. I started with a nothing but 23 loads of leaves, acorns and garbage when we bought the house 5 years ago and barren hard ground underneath.
dry stream bed, gardening, landscape, outdoor living
dry stream bed, gardening, landscape, outdoor living
dry stream bed, gardening, landscape, outdoor living
dry stream bed, gardening, landscape, outdoor living

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