Building a dry stacked stone wall in your garden area is an easy way to incorporate dimension and architecture into the existing landscaping rocks can be purchased at local landscape retail centers or can be collected from local creek beds video of the day volume 0. The key to building a dry stack stone wall is to make sure you have enough material to complete the project stacking the stones may seem tricky at first but eventually you will find a rhythm you dont want to break your stride because you ran out of stones additionally youll need to install a secure base to set the stones on you will set the base of your retaining wall on a bed of gravel to ensure stability and proper drainage. 1 plan your project decide how wide and long youd like your rock wall to be and make sure that this is feasible with the location of your wall dry stacked rock walls are typically built against a hillside as it can be used as a tool to prevent soil erosion from ruining a garden. The boards provide a guide to the size shape and batter of the wall dry stone walls are generally built with what is called a batter or a receding slope so that if there is any movement of the wall from frost for example the wall is able to shift back into its upright position rather than fall away
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