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Watermark Landscapes
7 Reviews
Littleton Renovation
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A view of the billowing vegetable gardens.
Do you have squash in the raised garden? How do you keep it from spreading outside the wall
Is the wood pressure treated or stained or what? How do you keep all the stones in the garden? Care? Thanks!
I am loving this . I'd love to recreate this in my tropical garden. I have lots of concerns regarding termites getting into the wood. Any suggestions regarding the best wood to use ?
Raised and lowered garden bed designs
This edible garden is well organized with practical walking areas.
Lights and the arbor for vines to grow up
Love the gravel and garden sections.
13. Plant an edible garden. Even with just a small amount of outdoor space, you can grow a few pots of veggies, like lettuces and peppers. If you have more space and time, you can grow a significant amount of your own food at home. Growing your own food can be a satisfying way to eat fresh and healthy
“great garden plan!” — tclutter
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
8 Reviews
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company
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I love your planter boxes. What would you recommend for a very small yard. We love in a townhouse with little space but would love to grow vegetables using a planter box as I do not want to use the existing soil. Thanks!
It really depends on the size. Elevated or raised planter boxes are the key to overall success when growing veggies or herbs as it allows for good soil depth and the ability to bring in new soil. We use a product in Vancouver called Transform Soil. Very good soil
Are there plans for the raised garden boxes? They look perfect for our yard in Florida...
variety for growing plants based on their heights
Want different heights to create an architectural piece while also growing useful fruits and vegetables.
“pot for the side” — ylilian
Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
Gardens and Planting Design
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These raised beds allow the homeowner- an avid vegetable gardener- to have ample space for a number of crops in a beautiful space. Raised beds are a great way to grow veggies in the Northwest for a variety of reasons. They drain well because they are elevated and are typically filled with a lighter soil
Like the raised garden. Would be nice to herb garden
gravel pathways in garden. No weeds.
These raised beds allow the homeowner- an avid vegetable gardener- to have ample space for a number of crops in a beautiful space. Raised beds are a great way to grow veggies
“Circle in the middle” — bouquetsnw
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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consider letting your grass grow longer
If you love the look of grass but don't need a baseball field (most folks don't, unless you live in Iowa), consider letting your grass grow longer — or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo
will it grow in the shade?
grass grow longer — or converting to native, water-sipping grasses like blue grama, buffalo and sideoats grama (just a few among many). Lots of places also sell no-mow seed mixes designed to be drought tolerant with slow growth habits but that mimic traditional lawns.If you let your lawn grow taller
“lawn alternative” — Carex: Garden Design by Carolyn Mullet
EcoWalls
Rittenhouse Courtyard
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Need help with gardening ideas. :)
Is it harder to keep up this garden per say than a regular garden?Thanks by the way
How to grow these plants?
concept in gardening, just right for small spaces and good for health reasons...
idea mini wall at top of garden
living wall, vertical garden
Garden on the walls ?
Timber frame to vertical garden
Amazing garden walls!!
Wall garden...vertical garden...hanging garden...growing wall...herb walls...Vertical gardens...Grow wall...Garden wall...vertical garden
“Hanging” — megankmatthews
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
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Would like to do a raised garden someday
Raised bed to use for growing veges.
outside, and it is still a work in progress. Josh's garden design aesthetic is drought-tolerant, low-maintenance plants with ample spacing. The couple recently created a raised planter box next to some foxtail ferns to grow their own veggies and herbs in.The couple would like to add a pool, spa and fire
Beach, California, house that took the No. 1 spot on our list. Here drought tolerance and low maintenance were the goals. A raised planter box with herbs and vegetables sits next to foxtail ferns.See more: My Houzz: 1950s Rebound for a Cliff May HousePatio set: vintage Brown-Jordan, Xcape; tiki torches:
“Dark trim, white soffits, gray ext walls” — nicolemelzer
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
15 Reviews
Peace in the Shade
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Thank you! It's my favorite place in the garden. The trellises are wood. I purchased them five or six years ago (not sure you can still get them) at Lowes and painted them myself. Happy gardening!
Love garden concept at side of a cute garden shed
Deck surrounded by garden beds and planter boxes
Rocks around garden - how they are stacked
“Trillses” — honey9
John Montgomery Landscape Architects
7 Reviews
Backyard Retreat
Ideabooks1,217
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usually 6 ft to 12 long. These are 10 ft long. Have fun growing veggies! If you are in the area I am hosting my 4th annual "Life in the Alamo-Danville Garden" garden tour fundraiser on May 3rd. See my website for more info. You can see this veggie garden first hand since it is on the tour.
Hi there! Thanks for the question. I like making garden boxes 24" high so it is easier on your back when you are working on them. I am an avid veggie gardener myself and I have experimented with dimensions for ergonomics in comfort while working on them. I make them 4 ft wide so you can reach half way
Veggie garden. Raised planters, gravel ground
Garden idea for mom and dad
“Bar wood raised beds” — blohm215
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