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rldgschmidt wrote:
What are the dimensions of the planters?
   Comment   May 28, 2014
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June 16, 2014 at 7:24AM   
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Sage Ecological Landscapes and Nursery wrote:
Are those rivets, tack welds, or screws and what are they attached to on the inside? Spacing of screws?
   Comment   July 17, 2012
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The steel edge is screwed to steel stakes.
July 27, 2012 at 5:44PM   
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Claudia wrote:
What irrigation sytem did you use?
     Comment   May 14, 2012
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Thank you!!! LOVE the Bocci
set up!!!
May 16, 2012 at 6:34AM   
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Great usage and design of space...totally creative!!
May 28, 2013 at 4:26PM   
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gabatoire wrote:
Love the copper planters in landscape. How do you secure them in the ground properly? Thank you.
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Those are 1/4" steel and just rest on small corner blocks under the gravel.
March 25, 2011 at 3:45PM   
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is there a way to make these yourself, if you can weld?
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Lauren Bonar Swezey added this to A Splash of Garden Color (Even Without Flowers)
Who would have thought that green and red bocce balls could add such a spark of color to a garden? Amidst the rusted metal raised beds and brown gravel path, they're a real standout.
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SteelIndustrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch thick. When it's installed, it starts out a natural steel color and then beautifully weathers to a stunning rusty patina. There are chemical processes that can create the rusty patina immediately, but care must be used in its application to avoid a rusty runoff into nearby plantings or patios.Pros: Steel is a newer material in today's gardens, so it creates it an up-to-date aesthetic. It also provides a slim profile where you want the beds to be defined but with a less bulky perimeter. It's naturally weather resistant, making it a long-term addition.Cons: This type of raised bed is best left to the pros, as installation can be difficult and the material is heavy. It's much more costly and may not be available in all areas. It's also not recommended for areas that receive salt spray from the ocean, as that can rapidly deteriorate the material. Steel can add to the heat of your soil, so it may not be the best choice for heat-sensitive plants. The material itself can heat up more quickly than other raised bed materials, so I've found it helpful to place it in a partly shaded area or use plants that don't cascade over the hot edges.Cost: A simple Cor-Ten rectangular planter box (2 by 6 feet) could run $1,200 or more, depending on where you live.

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Beds an bocci
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Industrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch thick. When it's installed, it starts out a natural steel color and then beautifully weathers to a stunning rusty patina. There are chemical processes that can create the rusty patina immediately, but care must be used in its application to avoid a rusty runoff into nearby plantings or patios. Pros: Steel is a newer material in today's gardens, so it creates it an up-to-date aesthetic. It also provides a slim profile where you want the beds to be defined but with a less bulky perimeter. It's naturally weather resistant, making it a long-term addition. Cons: This type of raised bed is best left to the pros, as installation can be difficult and the material is heavy. It's much more costly and may not be available in all areas. It's also not recommended for areas that receive salt spray from the ocean, as that can rapidly deteriorate the material. Steel can add to the heat of your soil, so it may not be the best choice for heat-sensitive plants. The material itself can heat up more quickly than other raised bed materials, so I've found it helpful to place it in a partly shaded area or use plants that don't cascade over the hot edges. Cost: A simple Cor-Ten rectangular planter box (2 by 6 feet) could run $1,200 or more, depending on where you live.
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Raised beds and stones
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July 20, 2014
the raised garden beds could be bowls. like the gravel path beside the court and the rock filled edging on the bocce court as well.
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Bocce ball storage
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June 28, 2014
Raised beds
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planters
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Steel Industrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch thick. When it's installed, it starts out a natural steel color and then beautifully weathers to a stunning rusty patina. There are chemical processes that can create the rusty patina immediately, but care must be used in its application to avoid a rusty runoff into nearby plantings or patios. Pros: Steel is a newer material in today's gardens, so it creates it an up-to-date aesthetic. It also provides a slim profile where you want the beds to be defined but with a less bulky perimeter. It's naturally weather resistant, making it a long-term addition. Cons: This type of raised bed is best left to the pros, as installation can be difficult and the material is heavy. It's much more costly and may not be available in all areas. It's also not recommended for areas that receive salt spray from the ocean, as that can rapidly deteriorate the material. Steel can add to the heat of your soil, so it may not be the best choice for heat-sensitive plants. The material itself can heat up more quickly than other raised bed materials, so I've found it helpful to place it in a partly shaded area or use plants that don't cascade over the hot edges. Cost: A simple Cor-Ten rectangular planter box (2 by 6 feet) could run $1,200 or more, depending on where you live.
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bocce court and corten steel planters
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Bocce ball storage!
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Steel box planters!
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love everything
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Steel planters... Love the no maintenance!
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Planters and bocce
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core ten steel raised beds
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The steel edge is screwed to steel stakes. 1/4" steel rests on small blocks under the gravel.
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iron planter box
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The steel edge is screwed to steel stakes.
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Steel. Nice contemporary feel
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corten planters + boche ball court
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the simplicity and the use of metal
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use top wall bed for herbs and veggies
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The patina of the steel is magnificent.
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BOCCE MATERIAL
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Corten planters and bocce court
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I like the material of the planterns
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Corten steel square foot garden boxes would be awesome.
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If you have a modern landscape, consider ditching the lumber and use metal instead. The rusted patina adds a nice contrast to this gray cement stone path. they are just welded squares, open on top and bottom 3'x3' x 16" or 18" . These Cor-Ten steel planters add to the design's play on squares as well as provide a good spot for growing veggies 3/8" crushed rock I've used this Cor-ten and other metals for herb and veggie gardens. We paint the interior with Rubberizit non toxic rubber compound. This keeps any metal from leaching into the soil.
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Metal beds!
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“Corten steel. Blue oat grass in back left. Calamagrostis in the rear center?” “Raised beds out of steel, really cool!” “Steel for raised beds and bocce court!” “simple Cor-Ten rectangular planter box (2 by 6 feet) could run $1,200 or more, depending on where you live.” “Steel Industrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and c” “SteelIndustrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch thick. When it's installed, it starts out a natural steel color and
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Petanque and raised vege gardens - v cool
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metal raised beds with gravel.
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Bocce pit
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Like how there is place to store the balls. Interesting use of gravel as fill for the surround.
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Great article
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bocce and tomatoes, living together
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Love the garden beds, but wonder if they leach.
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Corten steel. Blue oat grass in back left. Calamagrostis in the rear center?
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metal planters
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side of driveway
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raised beds with corten steel
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Raised beds out of steel, really cool!
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Stock tanks as an planter option. Article states they typically run 30 to 150 depending on size.
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Industrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch thick. When it's installed, it starts out a natural steel color and then beautifully weathers to a stunning rusty patina. There are chemical processes that can create the rusty patina immediately, but care must be used in its application to avoid a rusty runoff into nearby plantings or patios.
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Cor-Ten used in landscaping but heats up more than other materials so it needs to be in more of a shady area for heat sensitive crops
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Steel Industrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch thick. When it's installed, it starts out a natural steel color and then beautifully weathers to a stunning rusty patina. There are chemical processes that can create the rusty patina immediately, but care must be used in its application to avoid a rusty runoff into nearby plantings or patios. Pros: Steel is a newer material in today's gardens, so it creates it an up-to-date aesthetic. It also provides a slim profile where you want the beds to be defined but with a less bulky perimeter. It's naturally weather resistant, making it a long-term addition. Cons: This type of raised bed is best left to the pros, as installation can be difficult and the material is heavy. It's much more costly and may not be available in all areas. It's also not recommended for areas that receive salt spray from the ocean, as that can rapidly deteriorate the material. Steel can add to the heat of your soil, so it may not be the best choice for heat-sensitive plants. The material itself can heat up more quickly than other raised bed materials, so I've found it helpful to place it in a partly shaded area or use plants that don't cascade over the hot edges. Cost: A simple Cor-Ten rectangular planter box (2 by 6 feet) could run $1,200 or more, depending on where you live.
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Steel raised flowerbeds
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Steel Industrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch thick. When it's installed, it starts out a natural steel color and then beautifully weathers to a stunning rusty patina. There are chemical processes that can create the rusty patina immediately, but care must be used in its application to avoid a rusty runoff into nearby plantings or patios. Pros: Steel is a newer material in today's gardens, so it creates it an up-to-date aesthetic. It also provides a slim profile where you want the beds to be defined but with a less bulky perimeter. It's naturally weather resistant, making it a long-term addition. Cons: This type of raised bed is best left to the pros, as installation can be difficult and the material is heavy. It's much more costly and may not be available in all areas. It's also not recommended for areas that receive salt spray from the ocean, as that can rapidly deteriorate the material. Steel can add to the heat of your soil, so it may not be the best choice for heat-sensitive plants. The material itself can heat up more quickly than other raised bed materials, so I've found it helpful to place it in a partly shaded area or use plants that don't cascade over the hot edges. Cost: A simple Cor-Ten rectangular planter box (2 by 6 feet) could run $1,200 or more, depending on where you live.
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steel $1000
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Bocce ball court!
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steel raised beds
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The most beautiful solution, but way too costly.
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Steel Industrial elements like steel add a touch of rustic sophistication to any landscape. Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch thick. When it's installed, it starts out a natural steel color and then beautifully weathers to a stunning rusty patina. There are chemical processes that can create the rusty patina immediately, but care must be used in its application to avoid a rusty runoff into nearby plantings or patios. Pros: Steel is a newer material in today's gardens, so it creates it an up-to-date aesthetic. It also provides a slim profile where you want the beds to be defined but with a less bulky perimeter. It's naturally weather resistant, making it a long-term addition. Cons: This type of raised bed is best left to the pros, as installation can be difficult and the material is heavy. It's much more costly and may not be available in all areas. It's also not recommended for areas that receive salt spray from the ocean, as that can rapidly deteriorate the material. Steel can add to the heat of your soil, so it may not be the best choice for heat-sensitive plants. The material itself can heat up more quickly than other raised bed materials, so I've found it helpful to place it in a partly shaded area or use plants that don't cascade over the hot edges. Cost: A simple Cor-Ten rectangular planter box (2 by 6 feet) could run $1,200 or more, depending on where you live.
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Same inside front yard
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material choice & colour
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Nice bocce court
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Pricey but no maintenance and a great look.
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Steel for raised beds and bocce court!
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