In modern gardens, Jingshi often combines plants, water bodies, buildings, roads, squares, and terrain to form various garden landscapes. Common applications are as follows:
1. Lonely enjoy the stone scene
The quaint gardens often choose the ancient and beautiful lake stones, ax splitting stones, stalagmites and other stones placed in the main position of the garden for viewing. With considerable interest. It often becomes a scene in the garden. As the main scene, the stone is given a certain purpose and emotional color in the environment, which makes stone have a unique artistic appeal and attract people to watch.
2.Scattered stone scene
Stones, groups of threes, twos, threes, and fives, are scattered on the roadside, waterside, under the forest, the edge of the footsteps, and the corners of the buildings. In accordance with the terrain, plants and flowers sometimes become natural stools, sometimes they are the base of potted plants Sometimes it becomes a transition of local height difference and material change. It is a very natural embellishment and hint. This is the most widely used mountain stone in gardens.
3. Stepping Stone Scenery, Tingbu Stone Scenery
Stone stepping and stone stepping have the dual functions of dividing space, enriching the ground and water landscape, and guiding the tour route.
4.Stone view of the barge
Use stones, stacked along the water surface, or along the foothills of the height difference.
5. Waterfall stone view
Based on the topography of the garden, the rock is piled, and the water is drawn from top to bottom to form a waterfall. This practice is commonly known as "clay stone" and is currently the most common rockery practice. Natural waterfalls try to cover up the artificial traces as much as possible, emphasizing a natural charm.
6. Fountain stone view
The combination of stone and water features of the fountain, highlighting the artistic atmosphere.
7. Sculpture stone scene
Sculpture stone sculpture refers to the sculpture made of natural stone or artificial stone such as granite, sand stone, marble, etc. This method is often used in the greening construction of Hefei City, and it is particularly typical in the Amber Villa and the surrounding city.