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Topic: Rocks in my garden... now what?  (Read 510 times)
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magdiego
« on: July 21, 2007 09:43:38 PM »

I've spent the last 3 weeks completely redoing a planting bed in the front yard - ripped out old, overgrown and ugly plants (including the NASTIEST palm tree I've ever seen), built a small retaining wall, turned over all the soil, and now I'm planting.  I've pulled out a bucket and a half of rocks of various sizes, which was a serious pain in the back, and now I want to do something with them.

I've thought of getting some kind of heavy duty adhesive and making some kind of balancing rock sculpture, but I think that it might not blend in with the garden very well.  Any suggestions?  The rocks are mostly pretty small, from pebble size to about 2 pounds, plus a few pieces of roof tile, I think.

TIA,

magdiego
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