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Nature's Realm
12 Reviews
Secluded Bellaire Garden Landscape
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Trying to build a similar raised garden, what type of wood did you use
Looking to build a similar box but a little bigger (9x11) and like the look of this box. Trying to get an idea of type and size off wood and how it was constructed.
Note it should be dry. Inside the box I line with heavy plastic to protect wood from constant moisture. Arsenic is no longer used for treated wood
the plater box and the stones around it
could build a nice raised planter with stone around
Would like to have a raised garden bed like this close to house
retirement cottage courtyard - raised flower / herb beds
“small veg/herb box” — paulajayewitte
Danyelle Mathews
Raised bed garden
Ideabooks5,524
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Nice and tidy raised garden beds
How to build a raised garden
How to make raised beds for garden
A raised garden offers a great way to control the quality of your soil, as you can fill it with a mix of topsoil, planting mix and compost. This deep, rich soil mix will allow you to grow more vegetables than you could in the same square footage of regular garden soil.
the existing soil to a depth of 3 to 4 inches. Add in a complete fertilizer and any amendments needed to correct the pH level.See how to build this raised bed garden
A raised garden offers a great way to control the quality of your soil, as you can fill it with a mix of topsoil, planting mix and compost. This deep, rich
“Diseño Heras” — juang1953
Alderwood Landscaping
10 Reviews
We add Fire, Water and Light!
Ideabooks6,363
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I like that the wood of the raised garden beds matches to wood of the barn and fencing. Don't like the things on every corner of the beds.
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 of the beds. Wooden raised beds are a perfect project for the avid
WoodThis is probably the most common material for constructing raised beds, and perhaps one of the least expensive. Use naturally rot-resistant woods like cedar or redwood, and avoid woods preserved with toxins, such as creosote-soaked railroad ties. Pressure-treated wood is treated with alkaline copper
“Wood planters” — skazilek
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Luci.D Interiors
1 Review
Woodside
Ideabooks2,379
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what is suporting corners of metal siding boxes ,cant really see in pi
Hello, where are these steel raised flower beds from? Thanks
Metal raised beds will last longer
Experiment with raised-bed materials. For their garden’s raised beds, this family in Australia used old corrugated metal and stacked wood for a unique and industrial landscape
corrugated metal for raised beds. great idea and look
meter) home for their family, and benefit from a constant bounty of fresh vegetables and fruits from their raised garden beds. Read more about this cottage
A ramshackle collection of raised garden beds made from corrugated metal and wood are paired with repurposed fuel drums for an industrial-style
1. Experiment with raised-bed materials. For their garden’s raised beds, this family in Australia used old corrugated metal and stacked wood for a unique and industrial landscape contrast. Salvaged
“can make from existing materials” — lealanne
David Nosella Interior Design
11 Reviews
Sunset Point
Ideabooks611
Questions1
fireplace shape, no hearth, raised box
“shape” — Nancy Doda
Mike Lanza
sandbox
Ideabooks286
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Maybe long term could be a garden box?
Raised sandbox - can turn into planter later.
Raised box great finishes good idea for lid
Sand box at higher level for growing boy, close to back corner?
This could be a good sand/dirt box concept. Something that could have a lid would be good. Maybe long term could be a garden box?
This could be a good sand/dirt box concept. Something that could
“Sand box at higher level for growing boy, close to back corner?” — smarkca
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Hemlock House
Ideabooks126
Questions0
Use tall edging instead of raised planter boxes?
“Driveway” — Greg Gotcher
Kasten Builders
3 Reviews
The EDDIE House
Ideabooks687
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this is a cool idea for a backyard garden. But is it going to be sustainable, as the boxes are made of wood after all.
Front of guest cottage veg raised boxes
Simple facade with two materials, planter boxes
raised garden for some vegetables?
garden boxes on mulch
Deep box and mulch pathway
I like the garden boxes
interlocked raised beds
Planter boxes...Garden boxes...raised vege beds...Box gardens...vegie garden boxes...Raised beds...boxed garden
“garden” — becback
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