pebble garden

pebble garden

n
(Horticulture) NZ a small ornamental garden mainly composed of an arrangement of pebbles
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The six-acre garden has a stream, pebble garden and an orchard amongst the ruins.
This garden includes a variety of plants in diverse situations from a formal front with stocked pond to a pebble garden with a quiet seating area.
It took 30 people to put up the acrylic mobiles on the trees in Greenbelt's pebble garden. People tried climbing up and touching them.
To accomplish that, Wetzel used bold lines, natural materials and a dry black pebble garden to create a contemporary/Southwestern/Asian feel.
While it appears to fall into a black pebble garden, it actually flows into a trough lined with black tiles.
Tables and chairs--ready for cocktails and alfresco dining--surround a landscaped mosaic pebble garden designed by famed landscape architect Thomas Balsley.
It looks like a burning Bonsai pebble garden. Or a fire on a stony beach if you don't read interior design mags.
A border of grey stones along the outer edge becomes an austere pebble garden on the west.
They look spectacular in containers and equally sensational in gravel and pebble gardens. All like a damp location.