Turquoise Landscape Rock

Turquoise Landscape Rock from OC Succulents

Adding rocks to a landscape design can be the missing touch in a garden. Landscape rocks add another dimension, allowing our eyes to wander to a new depth in the design. They also add texture and contrast. With the right rocks, the design can highlight colors and contrast the soft leaves of some many different succulents. While paths and focal points are only a couple of ways to integrate them into a design, stones are versatile and are waiting for the users interpretation of them. These turquoise builders have the unique two toned ability of matching exotic and rustic.

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