Definition of rockery in English:

rockery

Syllabification: rock·er·y
Pronunciation: /ˈräkərē
 
/

noun (plural rockeries)

A heaped arrangement of rough stones with soil between them, planted with rock plants, especially alpines.
More example sentences
  • The gardens have been planted for year-round colour and include flowerbeds, rockeries, a water feature, a raised patio, a herb garden and two sheds.
  • It is in lawn and includes mature trees and shrubs, herbaceous borders, a rockery and a water feature.
  • Both shelter and cover can be easily provided by blending areas of shrubbery, trees, or rockeries into your landscape design.

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