When I wanted to make a small rocky garden, I decided to plant any dwarf plants and perennials. I read a rocky garden or alpine garden had been the most famous garden. It was more convenient to make a small hill, as it would be a decorative addition. If one wants to make a little rockery, it's recommended plants should be suitable, especially ornamental deciduous perennials and dwarf evergreens. I read evergreens can range in height and form, they give originality year round in my rocky garden.
But there are no slopes or hills in my garden, and I chose to create my special rocky garden. Beside my cottage there is a small patio, which is adjoined to a low terrace, and there I decided to create my rockery. Near decorative supporting terrace wall I planted low evergreens: cypress, juniper, euonymus, periwinkle.
Later I added dwarf round tujas, herbaceous plants such as bleeding heart, hostas, dwarf iris, red and white primrose, bugle, loosestrife, chickweed, they form a dense plant hill.
I noticed that all plants tend to rocks which quickly warms up in spring. I think if several species grow closely, it is better to divide them with small stones.
Spring blooming bulbs are growing there: crocus, muscari, chionodoxa and perennial primrose, viola. Summery blooming are geyhera, hostas, aubrieta, saxifrage, chickweed, creeping thyme, lobelia. Sedums and colchicum bloom in autumn.