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The Dry Garden Practical

Dry GardenThe concept of a dry garden is a practical alternative to garden design that provides ease of maintenance. Dry garden is as famous as the trend of minimalist-style dwelling house, one of which tropical minimalist style.

The first step to create a dry garden is determining the concept and character of the park to be made. This needs to be done so that the presence of a dry garden can further reinforce the desired house style as a whole.

Plants grown in dry gardens selected types of plants that do not require extra care, such as Pandan Island, Casuarina or palm – Paleman. As for small plants can be selected types sanseviera and Cactus. Plants – the plants are plants that do not require much water making it suitable for homeowners who do not have much time to perform maintenance garden.

Other additional components to the park can use a dry powder coral, coral brushes, stone and sand mixed with other elements desired such as garden lights, pond, trails, gazebo and even bridges.

Things to note on a dry garden is the availability of sunlight, whether it be the location of a dry garden in the shade or in a sunbathe. It is closely related to the types of plants suitable for the location of the park.

Basically a dry garden can be made at the residence anywhere, could be on the front, rear, side or below the void that is at the center of residential houses as well as more flexible against the available land area.