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Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
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wrought iron canopy bed over flower bed.
Bed frame put netting on it
Love the idea of using a single bed frame for a flower box.
! A flower bed, how cute
love, love, love this. I have been looking for a metal framed bed to do the same idea in my yard.
"Flower bed" I see what you did there
Speaking of Between Naps on the Porch - how amazing is this flowering bed in her yard? It's so feminine and pretty and, yes, very, very fancy.
Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "flower bed" doesn't it? Whimsy can sometimes be hard to define, but if you're like me, you know it when you see
term "flower bed." OK, it's a little punny, but it is pretty (and you could hang even more flowers from the canopy).
The funky garden. Most of us have a need to personalize some aspect of our space — some of us are just more obvious about it. Still, it's hard to resist this garden bed (in all senses
“Flower in bed” — butgod
Natalie DeNormandie
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Ptown in Arlington
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Hi Natalie, Did you build the cold frames from raw materials, or are they from a kit? What type of wood are they? Thanks, Judy
build some cold frames this fall.
The covers that can move from garden bed to garden bed.
Compost. My city offers free compost, and the stuff is black gold; it's lush and rich and easy to work with. Top-dress your garden beds with 1/4 inch of compost to increase fertility and aerate them, which eventually mitigates the need for bad chemical
Consider a cold frame. Cold frames and cloches let you put out vegetable seedlings earlier in the season and keep crops producing later in the season. They’re available commercially, but you can also make your own. Hinge the top of a cold frame to allow ventilation. If you want to plant directly in the
“Cold Frame Lids” — miaowcat
Burke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
Vegetable Garden
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What is on the ground around the raised beds?
pea stone walkways and timber frames
this is the most basic design for the beds. there is nothing
Back in the day, farmers used local trees to create rot-resistant fences at their property line. In New England, black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) was the
New England, black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) was the preferred tree. Midwest farmers planted thorny Osage orange (Maclura pomifera) to delineate their property lines and keep farm animals contained. Sometimes they used living stakes and let them grow into a living fence-hedge. Both black locust and
“vegetable garden” — megxdavid
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John Montgomery Landscape Architects
22 Reviews
Backyard Retreat
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box frames for raised beds
Raised beds, gravel around them
Raised bed gardening
Bar wood raised beds
Wood framing against stone
Raised beds and fence
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“Inspiration” — Michelle Smith
Modern Landscape
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Cinderblock Raised beds made from cinderblock can be constructed in a number of different ways. Cinderblocks can simply be stacked
if the retaining wall(s) is concrete, a vegetable bed could be poured at same time.
Cement and ston raised garden bed
CinderblockRaised beds made from cinderblock can be constructed in a number of different ways. Cinderblocks can simply be stacked to the desired height of the bed, or they can be mortared in place and then given a more elegant finish with a surface treatment and capped tops, as shown here. The former
Create raised bedsBuilding blocks are an inexpensive material for raised beds, and their soft, neutral colour allows the plants to be the focus of attention.
“Raised planters for herb garden” — kharminad
Plan-it Earth Design
4 Reviews
Courtyard
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What did you do about the flower bed at the cedar fence?
Did you do anything to avoid dirt touching the cedar fence at the flower bed?
these flower beds finished and watch them grow...so pleased I found your discussion...thank you. Gloria hanna northern ireland.
It looks like you have some retaining wall block installed at the back of the triangular bed on the right. In any case, you want to complete the back of the bed with the wall
for the rest of the bed. Using a cap block will keep the look consistent, but you can cut it to the width of the block, since you will not need the edge to overhang back there. If there's room, go ahead and let the back cap edge overhang. Looks like you may have a narrow bed back there. I hope that
“Laguna planter” — henrichsens
Addison Landscape & Maintenance, Inc.
17 Reviews
Rustic Wine Country Residence
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Raised beds cut into slope of the land
The metal clamps for t he raised beds
the raised beds with the borders of roses.
Cool corner brackets on raised beds
corner brackets to support raised beds
Rock around beds and ex of beds on hill
beds on a sloped area
Raised garden bed corners
The raised garden beds
raised beds, corners
I want these raised/irrigated beds
Raised beds on slope
Raised garden beds weathered timber
Garden beds with brackets.
Window frame...raised garden beds...Beds on slope...planting beds...Fine bed...raised beds...tilted beds...planting beds
“Love the metal work on the sides of the raised beds” — nofad
Artemesia Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Garden Design
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What are the black items holding the plastic to the frame?
wood fence with wire cold frames reno
like the raised beds
Black pergola is sharp
raised beds, gravel pathways
raised beds, greenhouse built in
raised beds with season extenders
Raised beds...Raised garden bed...Raised garden beds
“I want to look into this more” — Michelle Smith
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