The true craft

Dry stone walls are not just visually, but also ecologically an asset to the garden.

Dry stone walls are built as retaining walls on slopes and terraces, as edging for raised beds or freestanding to divide or boundary of the garden. The term "drywall" already reveals a lot about the construction: The stones are "dry" concerted, because the joints are not filled with mortar.

This has the advantage that the joints can be planted and that found in the small alcoves many beneficial insects such as wild bees and bumblebees shelter. Even lizards and slow worms choose the warm, dry wall cracks like a place to live.

Natural stone just looks good. A retaining wall brick dry comes in every garden to advantage.