Dry stone wall with lavender and rosemary in the garden
Lavender and rosemary are not only very unpretentious, but also have ornamental value all year round, smell good and spice up any gin tonic. The two plants thrive excellently in hot places, which is why they are often planted behind walls or on facades. Hanging rosemary is especially well suited behind the wall, as it then grows slowly down over it.
The special form of cyclopean masonry made of large, irregular natural stones, which are carefully stacked on top of each other, creates a stylish accent in modern garden design.