6 Best Plants That Can Grow on Rocks

Mosses: Various species of moss can establish themselves on rocks, providing a lush, green covering.

Sedum (Stonecrop): These succulent plants are resilient and often used in rock gardens.

Lithops (Living Stones): Unique succulents that mimic the appearance of rocks, blending seamlessly.

 Alpines: Many alpine plants, such as Alpine Rockcress, are specifically adapted to rocky, mountainous terrain.

Creeping Thyme: A low-growing herb with fragrant leaves, ideal for rock crevices.

Ice Plant (Delosperma): Drought-tolerant and hardy, it's suitable for rocky and sandy environments.

Aubrieta (Rock Cress): Known for its cascading blooms, this plant is excellent for rock walls.

Yarrow: Some yarrow varieties can thrive in rocky soil, offering feathery foliage and flat-topped flowers.