Need rocks to edge your flower beds, lay a patio or build a wall? Here's how to get all the free rocks you need for your garden:
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Rockhounding is the hobby of searching for and collecting rocks, and while it's not allowed in National Parks, it is allowed in most National Forests and on most properties managed by the Bureau of Land Management. You can collect up to 250 pounds of rock a day in Utah without a permit. Now, that's a lot of free rockContinue to 5 of 6 below.
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Curb Shop for It
When homeowners' dive into their yard work in the spring, lots of good stuff gets hauled to the curb – including rocks. Take a Sunday drive, and you may just find some beautiful rocks to add to your garden.
Tip: Broken up concrete is a good stand in for rock, if you're working on edging your garden.
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