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Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
A Chef's Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks9,004
Questions2
A Chef's Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. Repurposed concrete pieces are stacked as a raised planter for this chef's garden. Crops are rotated seasonally for a fresh harvest. Hardscape by Southern California Landscape. Photo by Shirley Bovshow, http://EdenMakersBlog.com
“Layered” — ghaderi360
Watermark Landscapes
7 Reviews
Littleton Renovation
Ideabooks26,362
Questions2
A view of the billowing vegetable gardens.
Do you have squash in the raised garden? How do you keep it from spreading outside the wall
Is the wood pressure treated or stained or what? How do you keep all the stones in the garden? Care? Thanks!
I am loving this . I'd love to recreate this in my tropical garden. I have lots of concerns regarding termites getting into the wood. Any suggestions regarding the best wood to use ?
Raised and lowered garden bed designs
This edible garden is well organized with practical walking areas.
Ease of caring for a garden
13. Plant an edible garden. Even with just a small amount of outdoor space, you can grow a few pots of veggies, like lettuces and peppers. If you have more space and time, you can grow a significant amount of your own food at home. Growing your own food can be a satisfying way to eat fresh and healthy
“Pavers and gravel” — danapan
Aloe Designs
13 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
Ideabooks46,479
Questions5
beautiful layout of a vegetable garden
Veggie garden for a small area
Different levels of the plantar boxes for a vegetable garden
a kitchen garden. The edible garden movement is growing by leaps and bounds, and in many suburban areas it's no longer uncommon to see tomatoes and peppers growing in the front yard and expanses of grass given up in favor of raised vegetable beds. A family of four doesn't need a huge garden to provide
why not give it a try?Tour this efficient backyard edible garden in Vancouver
Keep it in bounds. If you’re a beginning gardener, start small with your favorites. You won’t be overwhelmed by either the care or the harvest.
5. Make the garden work for you. Want to harvest fresh herbs and veggies in
“Raised multi level bed” — crowedogg
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks99,528
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interest and draw the eye to that feature or entice the viewer to explore another part of the garden. When decorating your outdoor space many of the same rules apply as with inside the home. Just think of your garden as a room without a ceiling. Cheers, Rick
This was one of two original exterior doors off of an 85 year old house. The other is also used as a gate on the other side of the garden. The doors have been finished with marine grade exterior paint.
for the fence if the plan is for it to be visible. We never intended it to be seen. The door is now surrounded by the hedge which leads to a woodland garden. Cheers, Rick
doesn't make sense to paint out the beauty of some woods). 4) Most importantly, what makes you happy when you sit in the space! My own yard is a woodland garden, therefore I leave most, if not all wood surfaces in a natural state so as not to distract the eye from the feeling of being out in the forest. If
“want peek-a-boo fencing for the dog run” — mcmagers
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Paths, Stairs and Gates
Ideabooks27,415
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It's a great idea. I've been looking for something easy, low cost and good looking for my garden. This would help keep my dogs in their yard and my chickens out of my veggies!
solution for separate garden area for chickens????
Would be a cute way to section off a vegetable garden.
resident wildlife or dug up by chickens or dogs. A rustic gate and fence in keeping with the garden beyond could be the way to go. Plant nasturtiums on either side of the gate for colour, and to keep those garden pests at bay.
“garden” — janie8h
Suzman Design Associates
8 Reviews
Tudor Restoration
Ideabooks1,977
Questions2
This garden is beautiful. What is the tree in the center?
Arched entrance to veg garden! Yes!
I like the idea of a trellis entrance to the garden.
Great plan for the veggie garden
Garden arbor with raised beds and gravel finish
one of my favorite garden views in ideabook
love the garden with a better tree as center piece
“Potager” — mimijunior
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks7,459
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The star at the center of this veggie garden is the perfect place for the dwarf lemon tree. The six pointed star (just like the Great Seal of the United States) is ideal for the strawberries to cascade over the edges. The star is 6' with 3' clearance around the star so the space is wide enough to
Approximately sq. ft. for this garden. Handsome! Thanks.
The configuration and simplicity of this garden-
Nice raised garden, wide walking paths.
“Raised beds” — suzjdm
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Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Ornamental Blues
Ideabooks2,181
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Cabbages, kale, and other leafy greens in a formal parterre at the Montreal Botanic Garden.
Decades before the planting of Lawrence Johnson’s Hidcote Gardens, Morris’ garden at Kelmscott Manor was an early example of the idea of a garden’s being a series of exterior rooms, and one of these rooms was his well-ordered vegetable garden.
Morris’ garden at Kelmscott Manor was an early example of the idea of a garden’s being a series of exterior rooms, and one of these rooms was his well-ordered vegetable garden.
Kick things off with kaleEven those who seriously doubt their gardening abilities will have success growing kale. It is a hardy
Jefferson's gardens at Monticello in 1777.
“ … by no means imitate either the willfulness or the wildness of nature.”As with his love of straight paths, Morris loved the same formality of vegetable gardens planted in ordered rows. Decades before the planting of Lawrence Johnson’s Hidcote Gardens, Morris’
“Think visually with vegetables Planting vegetables with strong ornamental appeal is one of the easie” — meeganm
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