As a major category of rockery landscape, plastic rockery is also a major part of landscape design. What are the matching scenes with plastic rockery? Let's list them one by one.
1、 Waterfall water:
Waterfalls and water falls are one of the main landscapes matched with rockeries. Usually, a pool or river channel is set up on the front of rockeries. Water flows down from the top or hillside of rockeries in the form of pumps. The form and sound of running water form a dynamic landscape effect. The flowing water forms of stone rockery include: straight waterfall, water curtain, falling water, etc.
2、 Plants and trees:
The combination of mountain and wood is the fundamental form of rockery production. Stone rockery is built by imitating natural mountains. Since ancient times, there has been the principle of "mountain hidden in forest, beautiful in water". How to configure plants and trees in rockery is the primary consideration of mountain makers. The effect of mountain hidden in forest is generally to set large trees in the background (back) of rockery, such as planting large trees behind the rockery Green plants, commonly used plants are camphor tree, osmanthus tree, etc. Planting troughs and small shrubs are set around the rockery to create an evergreen effect.
The combination of sculpture and stone rockery mainly creates mountain momentum and artistic effect. The application of independent round carving, relief and other techniques highlights the originality and archaism of some plastic stone rockeries. In order to highlight the artistic effect of sculpture, some parks or scenic spots use the effect of stone rockery to create. Sculpture is directly made in the mountain, which not only coordinates with the rockery, but also increases the sense of space.
4、 Pavilions and pavilions:
Some large-scale plastic stone rockeries are equipped with paths and pavilions, which not only consider the beauty of the overall landscape, but also make full use of some space of the rockery. Pavilions are generally set on the top or hillside of the rockery for tourists' leisure and sightseeing.