Cedar or redwood fairly weather resistant, pressure treated deck?
of our deck. if not water, then planters?
well as a decking material. Cedar and redwood have a natural resistance to the elements. Pressure-treated decking is a soft wood that has been treated with chemicals to make it weather resistant. The arsenic that was used in the past is no longer used, but if you are looking for a chemical-free deck surface
from deck's quilted direction and raised beds are planted in crop rows mimicking the borrowed agricultural landscape in the distance. Beyond that native and "nativesque" plants mimic the dunes.
Rectilinear deck and boxes, undulating wild plants, rectilinear agricultural fields.
eated decking. There are alternatives, but the structure of most decks will be built with pressure-treated lumber.