Posted: 29/10/2017 at 11:49
If it was mine, at this time of year I'd be planting lots of clumps of little species tulips, crocus tomasinianus and tiny narcissus like N. minnow N. hawera and N. teta a tete.
I wouldn't worry about winter colour .... appreciate the more subtle hues of the rocks (and possibly mosses and lichens growing on them?) and you may find that the evergreens show subtle changes in colour as the cold weather arrives.
If it is shady, next year look out for some hardy ferns which would keep their foliage over winter and add some structure if planted in pockets against the rocks.
I'd love a rockery like yours.
Last edited: 29 October 2017 11:50:30