Moss Phlox comes in gorgeous pinks, purples, and white. It spreads and cascades beautifully, making it a great accent for rock wall landscaping.
Ivy has an enchanting, timeless charm. These high climbers can scale walls 20 feet or higher!
Moss gives a natural, earthy look and is an easy way to “green-ify” a rock wall landscape.
Japanese Forest Grass can grow out from rock crags in frivolous tufts and add a sense of softness to rock wall landscaping.
Creeping Thyme is a plant that grows easily among rocks, and as its name suggests, has the ability to “creep” around it’s surroundings, creating a lush, colorful carpet of blossoms.
Succulents are sturdy plants that come in so many unique varieties, sure to add a pop of life when used as accents in rock wall landscaping.
Rock Cress is a cascading perennial that is easy to grow in a variety of soil types. The sweet purple blooms last for several weeks.
Climbing Hydrangea is a sturdy plant that loves to climb and cling. Grows slowly at first but takes off as it ages.
Wisteria can be planted as a tree or vine. In the vine form, its twining stems allow it to climb and creep. Boasts fragrant, draping flowers in the spring.
Yellow Alyssum stands out against the subdued tones of rock. This plant grows out instead of up, making it a perfect cascading plant for rock wall landscaping.