Drought resistant gravel gardens

Gravel gardening in the UK is proving very popular in 2012, being ideal for periods of drought and requiring little maintenance.

For more ideas on gravel gardening visit the doyenne of this style of gardening – Beth Chatto .http://www.bethchatto.co.uk/gravel.ht

 

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. Emily Brown Says:

    I use diaper crystals instead. These crystals absorb water and prevent water to evaporate providing your plant more water on its surface. I got this idea from a video I watched on youtube. I find it really effective especially for indoor plants.

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