The way to make a wall garden is to build a dry wall of rough stones—that is, a wall without mortar.
If the dry wall is already made, the crevices can be plugged with soil if care and patience are used.
They consider it clever to heave these over with a splash into the water, or to throw down half a dozen yards of dry wall.
This work is not a true fresco, but a secco—that is, it was painted on the dry wall.
Again, the dry wall that has fallen becomes saturated, and dissolves itself into soft mud.
A dry wall needs very little foundation; two thin courses underground are quite enough.
There are some enclosures of dry wall from Luc to La Galiniere; also, sheep and hogs.
Across the driveway there is more rock garden and then a short stretch of dry wall garden.
It is the dry wall that stands of itself that the old stone mason loves best of all.
Where the plant has found a home on a dry wall, however, it may be a very diminutive affair.