2,483 building raised bed slope Home Design Photos

Shepherd Stoneworks
Raised Stone Garden Beds
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elegant raised beds I'd still need to line them with something so the roots of veggies don't reach down into leaching field. We're in greater Boston area. Any suggestions gratefully accepted. Also would 4 of these beds, tho' smaller, work for 4 corners of a grape arbor? That has always been a dream of
these beds, length ,depth and width?
How are you irrigating these beds? How is the water supply hidden?
had to build cages around our raised beds.
for the slope in the garden
Raised gardens - not the standard raised
Really nice raised beds and beautiful stonework
Raised beds w/ fieldstone - very
“Raiser garden planters” — catski
Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
We add Fire, Water and Light!
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like the raised plant beds, like the shape of the building for a detached garage
idea for raised beds and new building
of the beds. Wooden raised beds are a perfect project for the avid DIYer. Wood is also one of the most cost-effective choices for constructing raised beds.Cons: Wood doesn't last forever, so at some point you will need to replace it. Still, untreated wood can last for a number of years (up to 10) without
line your beds with weed barrier fabric to avoid the soil's coming into contact with the wood.Pros: Wood raised beds are easy to install, and the material is readily available in most areas. They work nicely for traditional as well as more contemporary gardens, depending upon the design and construction
“planter boxes with edibles” — HomeLife Designs
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Garden Boxes
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love raised & divided planting beds
vegetable garden is raised and more accessible w/the paths in between
tidy paths, nice raised beds with frame-type top edge
Like the raised boxes on gravel
Raised beds a solution for sloping area?
space, raised garden beds are another type of container garden that can bypass the irritating poor-soil problem that plagues many novice gardeners. Building a raised bed can be much easier than mulching your entire backyard or digging through packed clay.
Wood boxes are a classic for raised beds
Grouping four raised beds in a corner is a great solution for smaller yards. It creates garden space while saving as much lawn as possible.
“Garden” — laurahelion
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
27 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks3,116
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Love the shape and material of these raised beds.
The rock walls & path through raised beds
planting beds look neat and well maintained.
raised beds with edges around path
Use of attractively designed beds and pathway
Large stones work as well for raised beds.
See how the stones are placed for raised beds?
“Pathways” — Sue Andrews
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Entry Garden
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How did you secure the mulch to the slope? Just curious as we have serious slope in our yard and might get rain in Austin, TX.
What is being used to separate these planting beds? What is the material of the borders? Thanks!
Idea for raised beds on a slope
For the side yard sloped area
USING PLANT BEDS FOR DIFFERENT ELEVATIONS
Slope tiers, plants interspersed in rows
to the building, so it's part of the overall design and not a separate entity.
“Landscape” — Traci Miller
Addison Landscape & Maintenance, Inc.
16 Reviews
Rustic Wine Country Residence
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raised beds, but use hinges and latches to connect
These raised beds appear to be on a hill. Fun corners on HHS beds.
i like the corner pieces on the raised beds
Raised beds are on slope like ours- look at corners
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Raised beds with water
Corners for raised beds
raised beds on slight slope
look at corners of beds
Raised beds for garden
raised beds with metal corners
Love the raised beds
Metal raised bed corners
article on raised bed gardening.
faucet in each bed...raised beds...Raised gardens...Raised flower beds...Raised veg beds...Bed corners...Raised beds....sloping wood...wood beds...slight slope...planting beds
“Rock around beds and ex of beds on hill” — tb48088
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
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I'm building raised beds in my yard. What are some unique and cool material ideas and suggestions?
create raised beds or container gardens in your landscape, there are a lot of fun options to go with. From this photo, you can see that you can easily go with wood — redwood, ipe, or other outdoor strength woods are great for the traditional raised bed look. Using terracotta pots or other styles of
You can build concrete planter boxes and make different sizes and shapes. The blocks come in a lot of different colors, too and they are easy to move around. There are instructions and a video here: http://info.basalite.com/build-your-own-stone-planter-box
approach to raised beds. I like the idea of a vegetable and herb garden in an array of terracotta pots strewn across the deck or landscape. http://www.houzz.com/photos/15121/Blasen-Gardens-mediterranean-landscape-san-francisco For a more industrial look, consider aluminum, stainless steel, or cor-ten steel
“Backyard” — Mary Bollinger
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks3,156
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great vege garden on slope for st ives
sleepers raised beds on a slope
Love the garden and the raised boxes
cutting beds linking with steps etc
beds on the slope - garage side where
raised beds on slope
Raised bed for kitchen garden
reclaimed lumber for beds.
sun. Raised timber beds hold an extensive vegetable garden.
garden beds...building lines...Raised beds...gardening beds...tiered garden beds...on our slope?...love flower beds...raised beds
“Garden” — mrvn
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