1: Rock gardens attract wildlife with shelter and food.

2: Choose native plants to support pollinators and birds.

3: Create habitats for insects like bees and butterflies.

4: Rocks provide sunning spots for lizards and insects.

5: Add water sources for birds and small animals.

6: Use different sized rocks for diverse wildlife habitats.

7: Incorporate plants that offer nectar and seeds year-round.

8: Provide hiding spots for small mammals and insects.

9: Enjoy the beauty of a rock garden that supports wildlife.