11,757 couch bed Landscape Design Photos

Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
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When beds are raised this high are they filled with dirt or is there a layer of something else under the dirt?
When I have large pots I fill the lower section with mulch so I don't need to use as much dirt and the pot is lighter for moving if necessary. Are these beds done the same way
What kind of woods are used for the fence and for the raised beds?
Love the protective fence and the beds
Garden Bed @ 90 degree angle
Garden Beds @ a 90 degree angle
you can do this month — including winter pruning and planting of spring flowers and vegetables, which can be sped up by the warming effect of a raised bed, as shown. Deal with frost damage. If winter frosts hit some of your plants, wait until later this month to prune off the damage. Get traditional
“Would love to grow our own vegetables and herbs” — jenloz
Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
We add Fire, Water and Light!
Ideabooks6,018
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more contemporary gardens, depending upon the design and construction of the beds. Wooden raised beds are a perfect project for the avid DIYer. Wood is also one of the most cost-effective choices for constructing raised beds.Cons: Wood doesn't last forever, so at some point you will need to replace it
copper quaternary, which the EPA considers safe for food crops, but you may still want to line your beds with weed barrier fabric to avoid the soil's coming 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 t
years (up to 10) without really noticeable rot, and treated wood will last even longer. Cost: Depending on the size of your bed, cedar or redwood could cost up to $150 per bed; pressure-treated wood costs $75 to $100.
“Fence” — chinabluerdh
Apogee Landscapes LLC
Garden Shots
Ideabooks2,944
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years or more without treatment. I don't remember the dimensions but a maximum of 4 ft wide is usually recomended so you can reach the center of the bed. Length is often 8 or 10 ft because that is a common length of lumber, but whatever size fits your space will work.
Would like the beds higher....like the size and that there are
Raised beds with pea gravel paths
“No retaining wall” — marey010
Plan-it Earth Design
4 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks5,480
Questions3
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
“Plants behind wall” — Sarah Cunningham
Nature's Realm
11 Reviews
A natural landscape in Jersey Village
Ideabooks1,226
Questions0
Raised beds; but use gravel instead of flagstone?
The beds look clean and streamlined
Great having paving around garden beds
Raised garden beds with flag stone border
stone around raised beds
Raised planting beds
Veggie garden raised bed
raised beds, pavers, picket fence.
Walkways between beds
raised vegetables beds
more raised beds...Raised bed garden...Raised beds...Raised garden beds...risen garden beds...Size/Shape of beds...raised beds
“Cool” — lukeespat
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
AKM Project by Sifford Garden Design
Ideabooks2,801
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creek bed rock --- or swail rock
Dry creek bed with boulders for up north
Dry river bed... LOVE!
side yard rock /gravel bed
dry river bed, ceramic totems
dry creek bed and plants
Lights in dry creek bed
Dry creek bed...Dry creek beds...Creek bed...Dry bed...dry stream bed...Border bed...rock creek bed....Lighting in dry bed...Stone creek bed
“Rocks in low area” — alexandraeades
Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
19 Reviews
Wallingford Vegetable Beds
Ideabooks1,634
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Scotch moss and pebbles surround a basalt dish rock. Juniper wood raised vegetable beds provide a bench for passersby to sit.
rock garden/bird bath - could do on patio in raised bed
raised beds in parking strip 3
Line of raised beds / driveway/front yard
This design for the raised beds
raised beds, bird bath and stones
A mossy birdbath area. In addition to the six raised beds, Lau designed a bird-
A mossy birdbath area. In addition to the six raised beds, Lau designed a bird- and people-friendly centerpiece for the garden.She added a basalt dish at the center of the garen for birds to bathe in as well as to provide water for bees and other garden pollinators. Ground covers that stand up to foot
“Cute idea” — thebauns
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks17,488
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My Wife Is Handicapped and rides a scooter, Any Ideas or Thoughts for A Raised Flower Bed. She Loves To Work In The Flower Beds and it is a little more difficult now.
raised beds, would be a cool way to utilize rain water collection. just add a sump pump to run the drip irrigation.
Raised beds against the fence. This might
Long narrow raised beds with wide edge for seating.
These slim garden beds are perfect for those with narrow landscapes. The homeowners here are reaping the benefits of homegrown food without giving away too much of their precious yard space.
“Ledge that could be used as seat.” — presshande
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