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Landscaping is something that's hard to get right on the first try, you'll get much better with time. As a rule of thumb, avoid using BURPs and LURPs on your first try, it'll probably end up looking too repetitive.
Here are a few photos I would find particularly inspirational for a project like this...
The generally-accepted advice is not to use BURPs or LURPs, but these can be nicely disguised by the liberal use of dark bley slopes of various gradients I reckon. The advent of the cheese slope has also been a major boon to disguising these large rock-forming elements I think.
Here's an example of bluemoose's tip, except with Duplo incorporated in the landscape.
And here's what I mean when I mention not filling the foundation...