Don’t let limited land contribute to limiting your creativity and hobbies to caring for plants in a garden. Basically, the park consists of two types, namely a wet garden and a dry garden. Dry gardens can be made outdoors or indoors.
The types of plants commonly used for dry gardens are Sansevieria, Bromelia, Cactus, Peace Lily, and many more. While the decoration is rocks like sow coral or brushes coral.
1. Dry garden with a sitting area
A garden will feel perfect if it can be used to relax by the owner of the residence. For a dry garden, make a simple sitting area of natural stone with soft padded chairs. For a relaxing time to feel more beautiful and cool, plant a number of tropical trees to banish sunlight.
2. Simple dry garden dominated by rocks
One of the conveniences in making a dry garden is that it doesn’t require many elements. For example, a dry garden that only has one tree with several bushes around it. Part of the land is covered with small white stones.
3. Outdoor dry garden with small ornamental plants
Small plants also look beautiful to decorate outdoor dry gardens. To make it look balanced with the size of the land, place the small plants in several large stone pots. You can arrange it by combining several types of plants at once.
4. Dry garden with beautiful paths
Pour your creativity through the rocks in the dry garden. Instead of using stones to cover the ground evenly, you can try designing paths using colorful stones in various shapes.
5. Japanese-style dry garden (Zen Garden)
Japanese-style dry gardens are dominated by green plants and rocks. This garden design will be suitable for minimalist or traditional style dwellings. All you need to do is make the grass area in the center, then place some medium-sized stones at several corners.
6. Dry garden under the stairs of the indoor area
Residential land does not allow you to have an outdoor garden? Take advantage of the area under the stairs which is usually not used for anything like a garden in the house. It doesn’t need to be large, as long as it’s enough to put a few small green plants.
7. Dry garden with a small pond
The element of water in a dry garden is indeed less compared to a wet garden. However, it does not mean that dry gardens may not have water elements such as ponds. For example, the inspiration for this one dry garden.
8. Garden dry with terraces
If your residential surface is higher than the road surface, you can make a dry garden with a terraced surface resembling a ladder. This ladder can be made using a combination of wood and small rocks. Around the stairs, plant a number of green plants ranging from light green to dark green.
9. Indoor dry garden with open roof
If it is possible to have an open roof in the middle of the house, use the area as a dry garden. Plant plants that grow tall like bamboo, then cover the ground using white stones. As a decoration, you can use medium-sized rocks and place them next to the bamboo.
10. Dry garden in the backyard
The yard or garden behind the house can be used as a dry garden. It’s simple, you can cover the surface of the ground using ceramics from natural stones and fill between them with coral stones. Collect plants at one angle so they don’t look too narrow. As a bonus, place a wooden chair in the corner.