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For years the Sandpit in the garden served as a playground for the children. But children become people and at some point the sandpit becomes superfluous. But what to do with it? The easiest thing is to dissolve it and make it a lawn. But not the most imaginative. Why not the alternative Convert the sandpit into a rock garden?
The sandy soil is ideal for planting plants that love sandy soil and therefore dryness. And what could be more suitable than a rock garden?
That's how it works:
- The wooden border is simply removed, the sand slowly runs out and offers a natural shape.
- Now the area can be filled with stones and plants as desired and in no time the sandpit of the kids has become a rock garden.
- If you add humus rich soil to the sand, you have the right base for a vegetable patch.
You can see that there are a few ways to create something new with little effort, without the old having to give way.