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The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
8 Reviews
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company
Ideabooks27,927
Questions7
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!
what is best to protect wood planters from water ?
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
Brackets and same material as what the planter is built out of... 2x6 or larger if needed... sometimes 4x6
replace planters with feed bunks to reconfigure
storage shed & raised planter beds
Many edibles are low-to-the-ground plants. That’s fine for a farm, but designwise it can be a bit boring for a home landscape. Raised beds add some design interest to a space and
“pot for the side” — ylilian
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Rear yard
Ideabooks18,963
Questions5
design and construction by Cardea Building Co.
Nice layout. I really like that the designer though out the consequence of what the soil would do to fence if it would touch it. By providing a space and a board the dirt / compost will have a less likely chance to encourage rot there. If it has been done, or not a liner could be attached to the
the inner timbers to prolong the life of the raised beds. Again nice work and design. -KP http://www.houzz.com/pro/rollingplanter http://www.rollingplanter.com
Love the planter boxes for our veggie garden
Another view of the planters....looks good
“planter boxes” — stressqueen73
Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Studio and Office
Ideabooks2,855
Questions1
Schmitt + Company offices and studio on our property create an amazing solution to working at home. Design by Melissa Schmitt. Concrete conference table was heated with radiant heat mat to heat the space. Studio bookshelves created from salvaged timbers and large threaded rod. Photos by: Adrian Gregorutti
Where did you get the planters? If you made them, what kind of wood was used and what color stain was used?
I like the planters here, it looks like they make a little private(ish) sitting area.
I think Alexander could benefit from a design of this sort.
planter boxes would work on western side of our place
“Garage glass doors for store?” — nikkigarratano
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Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
15 Reviews
Shed Garden
Ideabooks7,101
Questions4
hanging planter
CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
Decor above door. Planters
The planters, color scheme, curtains.
Bead board planter...Flower box design...planter box...vintage planter box
“Climbing vine squares” — jessicamerrick24
Haggart Luxury Homes
Exteriors
Ideabooks2,899
Questions4
love the planters entering into the driveway
tall planters...planters, patio...tall planters
“detached” — kchedrick75
Beth Dana Design
1 Review
Coastal Retreat
Ideabooks1,892
Questions1
Because the studio no longer functions as a space for cars, the driveway also has a new life as a patio. Concrete planters allow Dana’s green thumb more gardening opportunities while separating the grilling zone from the studio space.There's no telling what great work will manifest from this artist/guest
“Bunk” — Cindy Hsu
Rill Architects
11 Reviews
Country Retreat
Ideabooks1,672
Questions2
gardening room that leads out to raised planter beds
Stones around the planters
Planter boxes, table styles
Raised planters on patio
Cool planter boxes...raised bed design...Greenhouse Design
“WALKOUT WINDOWS AND DOORS” — jhixson
Contemporary Garage And Shed
Ideabooks5,987
Questions6
facilities. We designed the studio but were not the general contractor.
Hello, we never share a private client projects costs. The best way to understand costs of a project is to take account of where you live, the site, owning the land, designing the structure with an Architect or Design-build firm
firm and or having a contractor (local to your area) price your design.
too modern….but perhaps we will need planters outside of art studio/exercise room….
“garage studio” — kl567
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