7 Lively Rock Garden Plants that Thrive in Poor Soil

7 Lively Rock Garden Plants that Thrive in Poor Soil

Homiful.com -- To make landscaping easier, choose resilient plants like succulents or pretty colorful plants. Easy-care rock garden plants will be the best choice for gravel and draining areas. There are several varieties that require little maintenance and produce beautiful, vibrant flowers. This will benefits your landscaping all season.



Candytuft is a stunning landscape plant with snow-white flowers beds and bright green foliage on top. This plant's leaves will turn pink as it ages. It is an annual plant that requires little care and can withstand deer and drought. It prefers full sun and well-drained soil.



Euphorbia is a succulent family that should be considered for a home rock garden. This  plant, which comes in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes, is  extremely heat and drought resistant. Euphorbia has shallow roots, allowing it to enter rocks and narrow spaces. These euphorbia can grow up to 8 feet tall and up to 6 feet tall in most cases.

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This frost plant, also known as delisprema cooperi, is resistant to heat, poor soil, salt, and drought. This plant is almost indestructible, growing up to 6 feet tall and spreading about 2 feet wide. With grayish green leaves and lovely flowers in purplish red, orange, and white that will be tucked between the rocks. In the arid western landscape, put up with walls,



Sedum is a perennial plant that works well in rock gardens. This tough, spike-like plant comes in range of shapes and colors. The plant produces nectar-rich white and pink flowers that attract butterflies. This plant can be cut and inserted into any available space, including a terrarium.



This one plant is well-liked for its lovely leaves and flowers. This rock garden plant is ideal for shady areas. Pink, white flowers appear from May to July and can coexist with deer. Although this deadnettle spread quickly, it is easily controlled by pruning it on e regular basis.



This alyssum's bright appearance will enhance the beauty of your landscape. Every spring, they will bloom with cheerful flowers and will be tucked between rocks and boulders. When exposed to high temperatures, the plant will die. This  plant can be grown from seed or from seedlings.



Groundcover plants are typically those that are also good for rocks and walls. Vinca minor has lovely lavender-blue flowers in the spring and early summer. The plant prefers shady, slightly moist soil, making it an excellent choice for rock gardens or walls beneath trees.


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