What is a rainbow stone?
How can a rainbow stone be used for landscaping and in gardens?
Use in garden pots for decoration
What are the benefits of using a rainbow stone in a garden?
- Rainbow stone, along with other inorganic compounds, helps fight against various bugs and termites, which may be attracted to the decaying organic matter.
- Also, it is readily available in different types and costs.
- Rainbow stone can further prove beneficial in controlling erosion and to retain moisture in the organic matter.
- A rainbow stone can also be used as land fillings and for holding down weeds.
- What are the disadvantages of using a rainbow stone for landscaping your yard?
- A setting made of rainbow stone can make it difficult to remove dead leaves and weed through them, so regular cleaning is required.
- Rainbow stone installed alongside plants can raise the soil temperature, making it hard for the organic species to thrive.
- Plant growth or soil health is compromised when you think of making a garden, including rainbow stone. Since stones do not decompose, therefore they do not add any nutrients to the soil.
- A rainbow stone hinders the activity of a lawnmower. If you plan to invest in growing some ornamental grasses alongside, you need to keep in mind that the mower can invite hazards for the family. It can fling these stones into the air, causing injuries. Moreover, constant friction with the rocks can make the mower’s blade or trimmer blunt.
- The removal of rainbow stone is extremely costly and a hard task.