Hide unsightly or dangerous problem areas in your yard or garden with our versatile, realistic Mock Rocks®.
Lightweight but very durable, Mock Rocks have a hollow design that makes an attractive and economical solution to pipes, meters, bare spots, stumps and other landscaping problems.
Our Small Mock Rock is the perfect solution for pipes/meters up to 10"H, including: Electrical posts and outlets Curb stop water valves Septic/sewer clean outs and pipes
The realistic design also makes Mock Rocks a great way to landscape and add texture, height and visual contrast to beds, borders, gardens and more.
Mock Rocks are quality made in the USA from a recycled polyethylene blend that is both impact and weather resistant for years of use and beauty. Ground stakes for quick and easy securing are included.
Mock Rocks come in two natural shades: gray and brown. Other sizes and shapes available.
Not intended for septic vents, satellite dishes or gas lines.
Small Mock Rock faux rock for yard, garden and landscape problems Fake rock has hollow design and realistic rock-like texture and finish Versatile and attractive faux rock conceals pipes, meters, stumps and more Realistic landscape rock design adds style, texture and height to your yard and garden Made in the USA from a recycled polyethylene blend that is durable and weatherproof
Available Colors Brown Gray
Size 24"L x 12"W x 12-1/2"H; 2-1/2 lbs. Covers objects up to 10"H
Shipping Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery
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Comments about Product: I found Plow & Hearth easy to deal with - user friendly and they sent exactly what I asked for. I sent measurements to other providers but did not receive what I asked for. P&H came to the rescue. Great product, great service, great company.
Comments about Product: Very pleased when rock arrived today! It is exactly what I needed to fill a problem spot in my landscaping. I was afraid it would look fake, but was happy to find that is looks very real! Haven't had it long enough to see if it will fade in the sun, but it would be okay if it does. Love it!
Comments about Product: Brown "rock" used to hide sprinker valve turn on covers. Matches real rocks used in our xeriscape front yard. Easy to move when time from sprinkers to be turned off in the winter and on in the spring. Very pleased with choice.
Comments about Product: I bought this to hide a control box from a septic tank. I very carefully measured the height of the thing I wanted to cover, bought the fake rock and when it came it dangled from the control box. Perhaps SOME PART of the inside may have been correct but don't have anything of any size that you want to cover...it won't fit. Had to build up the dirt around the edges to be able to use it...and that looks very REAL (NOT!):-(
Comments about Product: I love the 3 rocks together. They look more real than pictured in the catalog! Am a little worried about them staying secure on the berm in the windy winter weather of NE....but this winter will know for sure!
Comments about Product: The only thing twe would have liked different was the ability to sit on the rock. It wasn't critical, but it might have been nice. The size was perfect. It looks great and cover our unsightly well pipe.
Comments about Product: The small is too large for the intended use of covering our sewer pipe in the front lawn. We are using it to cover up the coiled electrical conduit to our "some day" water feature. The flat back detracts from the over all look of a large rock.
Comments about Product: Bought one 4-5 yrs. ago to cover new well. Very realistic, attractive and durable!! Has withstood the grandkids sitting on it. Has weathered several heavy wind/rain/hail/snow storms. We love it!
Comments about Product: Purchased one for our well head. All the neighbors and their dogs think it is so real looking. It is large enough as not to trip over the well head. We are ordering another today! My husband was leary of a mock rock and he loves it.Thanx for the new realistic color.
Comments about Product: We purchased this Mock rock to cover the pump.
It did that perfectly. The problem - it doesn't look like the picture of the large Mock Rock. It looks like the Large Address Rock without the plaque.
I have stated that we should put our dogs name on it and bury her ashes under it.
Comments about Product: I'd been unhappy for a long time with our solution for covering the septic tank cover - a potted plant sitting precariously on the top. This covers it perfectly and looks realistic enough that our pest control guy didn't even notice it when he walked by. This was the solution I've been looking for for a long time.
Comments about Product: My house is 800' off the rd. with curved driveway and house is not visible. Rural area where all mail boxes are on other side of rd. and address was hard to read in time to find driveway.
Realistic appearance would tend to keep vandals from temtation to steal, but if determined, they could.
Comments about Product: We use the fake rock to cover a pipe in the lawn. It looks fine and the small size is quite large. My husband is not happy that one side is completely flat - he calls it a tombstone. I would prefer if it had more than 2 anchor holes, but I suppose you could drill in more.
It is a little pricey, but overall we are satisfied with the product. It sure beats the bucket we were using to keep the pipe covered before!
Comments about Product: It covered the above ground sewer manhole that I have in the center of my yard beautifully. I wanted a rock like this but it was not available in the shape or size that I wanted. We love it!!!
Comments about Product: The pipes from the well froze in the several days of 30' temp last Winter, which is rather unusual in this part of FL.
I'm hoping this will insulate the pipes enough that we won't have that problem next Winter.
Comments about Product: I don't particularly like fake rocks, but this is one exception. It hides an unsightly electrical box and is placed behind a grouping of bushes so it looks real. Our landscape architect was even impressed and wanted to know where I found it. He doesn't like fake rocks either, but he certainly agreed that it improved the setting. I chose brown and am glad that I did because it looks like a warm gray. Thanks to the reviews that I read, one said the shade of gray was too fake looking. The shade could have been a little deeper. I might get another size for the cable box. Perhaps, more color or shade options could be offered for those who need multiples for a realistic setting.
Comments about Product: I had purchased one last year to use in a landscaping project. That one was broken by very large hail. (Hail large enough to go through roof shingles and decking.) The insurance adjuster that came thought the mock rock was a real rock. I have replaced the broken one. These look real and are very durable!
Comments about Product: My client loved this solution to hiding her well pipes. The first time she saw it in place she didn't even realize what she was looking at. The fake rock allows for easy access to the well if necessary.
Comments about Product: We are using this rock to cover an electric tower in our backyard. It is really close to our playground area so the rock covers it completely. We also purchased another super large rock to cover another electrical box and it works great also. We love this product!
Comments about Product: For years I looked at the ugly top of my buried propane tank and always wanted to get one of these mock rocks to cover it. Finally I did it and am so glad that I did. It looks like a real rock, with a rough grainy texture and slight sparkle like particles of quartz in the "stone". The tie down stakes don't match the rock color, which is too bad, but overall the look is so much better than the unsightly propane tank!
Comments about Product: fits fine over our well pipe which is right on the side of our house and looks fine. I planted some hostas around it.
the contours are very realistic but the color is a little too cement gray and not enough shading. I used a little brown shoe polish on it and it helped.
Comments about Product: The mock rock isn't fastened to the ground. The edges are just covered with soil, because quick access to the well valves are a must. Yet the wind seems to flow over it. Even with gusts 60 mph and above.
By Windy Neighborhood of Delaware FromTownsend, DE
Was hesitant about it
Comments about Product: My husband has always wanted one of these rocks to cover our exposed wires in our front yard. Honestly I have never been a fan of them but I am pleasantly surprised that it looks pretty good. The kids climb on it all the time and it has held up. The stakes do the job. We live in a very windy area and it has held its ground.
Comments about Product: We have a large transformer in our front yard. This rock covers it completely, and is much more aesthetic than a green metal box! I searched all over the Internet, and this is the largest rock available. Excellent!
Comments about Product: My first mock rock has held up so well after 3 years that I just bought a second one. They complement the real landscaping rocks while hiding unsightly areas. Must keep the bottom covered with bark or soil to maintain the illusion.
Comments about Product: I haven't put the rock outside yet, because my cat loves to sit on it & besides it makes an interesting addition to the living room. It will go outside (when I can get it away from the cat) to cover over one of my septic covers & the electrical box in the garden. I would recommend this to one & all.
Comments about Product: I have two of this style rocks one in Grey & one in Brown; we have turned one facing the street & the other facing the front door to make them look different. They blend into the yard like mother nature had placed them there. I purchased them to cover the green lids on my septic tanks. I would recomened then to one & all.
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The Olla: A Brief History
Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
When used to irrigate plants, an olla is buried neck-deep in the ground near a plant’s roots, with the opening of the olla extended above the soil so that it can be filled with water periodically. The porous walls of the unglazed pottery allow the water to seep through gradually, constantly and consistently hydrating the plants without overwatering them – and without wasting precious water to evaporation or runoff.
The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.
Perfect for home gardens, Ollas are a super-easy, eco-friendly, less time-consuming way to water annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables and plants of all kinds in dry, sandy soil, very hot or drought-prone areas, raised beds, and even pots, planters and hanging baskets. Fill the olla before you leave on a short vacation to enjoy worry-free watering – and a smaller water bill!