Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
I would recommend planting something like e tennelus around the main stone, a little bit taller grower to provide transition from the foreground to the background and also to cover up the "sitting on soil" effect.
I don't have much feedback to give on the hardscape itself (which is a good thing, you did well in my humble opinion), other than perhaps because the stones themselves, while possessing interesting features don't have enough character to pull the scape together all by their lonesome, so some creative planting would go a very long way here, furthermore since the rocks are a bit bigger than normal you can get away with some taller growers without sacrificing rock impact which is again, a good thing in my opinion.
Aquascaper for life.