3) EASY, YET INTRIGUING JAPANESE STYLE
This dry creek landscaping idea is a good one for first time do-it-yourselfers. It’s extremely easy and only requires two main things: flat rocks and a bit of time. Once you’ve cleared the creek area you wish to fill with rocks and lined it with fabric, turn the flat stones on their sides and begin to fill the space in a line form. Eventually, the creek is filled and you have a visually stunning outdoor feature.
4) A SIMPLE STACK
It really doesn’t get any easy than this. Gather up a collection of large, lagged stones and place them stacked underneath or in front of one of the eaves trough drains around your house. It’ll filter the water coming down and help guide it away from your house with style.