A water feature can be a great addition to the garden, but not everyone will want to make the effort involved in digging a pond and installing pumps and filters. An alternative which has many of the benefits of running water but none of the drawbacks is a dry creek. With careful design this can give the impression of a stream and so these fifty designs will give you more than enough ideas to enable you to create your own. This comes from an article by Candace Osmond which I found over on the Backyard Boss website.
As an avid do-it-myselfer, I tend to look at things and an immediately think, ?I can do that.? Not everyone works that way and prefer to hire a professional to complete tasks around their house like gardening or constructing a display based on some dry creek bed ideas. But if you?re anything like me, you can take a picture on Pinterest and not only copy it but make it better. Sometimes all we need is a little inspiration and this list of dry creek bed landscaping images is sure to succeed. Have a looksee and start planning your dry river bed landscaping ideas for this weekend.
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For the go-getter in all of us, this dry creek bed landscaping idea covers the whole darn yard. Everything from rock beds, mulch mounds, gravel pits, and even a cute bridge to join two areas, this idea is certainly a big project but definitely doable.
Go to the next page to see more great ideas for creating a dry creek feature.