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Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
William Joyce Design Southern California Vineyard
Ideabooks1,256
Questions0
Wood stored in old wine barrells
these are very cool too, on the back wall of the property to store firewood for the winter
idea for storing wood!
Store wood but square
Looks good to store wood
Nice way to store wood
Good way to store wood.
Wood store in old barrels
Store wood...Store firewood in
“Cabin” — tapaniel
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks4,099
Questions0
Good idea for storing wood at the top of the drive
Good idea to have a covered area for storing logs if we are going to have a log burning fire ....?
Side to store fire wood
way to keep firewood stored
Wood store...Log store as wall
“Log storage” — diannu
gail olsen
cottage landscape
Ideabooks2,478
Questions2
something with a few shelves to store empty pots and bags of potting soil, all the better.
Set up a potting station. It doesn’t need to be fancy, just a sturdy work surface that can get good and dirty. If you can wrangle something with a few shelves to store empty pots and bags of potting
potting station. It doesn’t need to be fancy, just a sturdy work surface that can get good and dirty. If you can wrangle something with a few shelves to store empty pots and bags of potting soil, all the better.
Your first line of defense is keeping things stored away safely and out of reach.
Set up a potting station. It doesn’t need to be fancy, just a sturdy work surface that can get good and dirty. If you can wrangle something with a few shelves to store empty pots and bags of potting soil, all the better
“Nice potting table” — evesuddaby
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks7,213
Questions4
latter is more elegant and pricier. Pros: Cinderblock is very inexpensive and widely available; you can purchase it at home improvement stores or building supply stores. It can fit a wide range of aesthetics, from rustic to urban to elegant, depending on the application. It's also fairly durable and will
latter is more elegant and pricier.Pros: Cinderblock is very inexpensive and widely available; you can purchase it at home improvement stores or building supply stores. It can fit a wide range of aesthetics, from rustic to urban to elegant, depending on the application. It's also fairly durable and will
“Cinderblock veggie beds” — terri5000
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks7,446
Questions4
Steel and aluminum edging can be found at landscape supply and some big box hardware stores. They are held in place by stakes, so don't need to be set in concrete.
There are types of bender board made from thin strips of wood (redwood, for example) for $3 to $4 per 10-foot section, available at home improvement stores and landscape supply companies. Even though the wood is rot resistant, it will not last as long as recycled-plastic bender board. Both types of bender
There are types of bender board made from thin strips of wood (redwood, for example) for $3 to $4 per 10-foot section, available at home improvement stores and landscape supply companies. Even though the wood is rot resistant, it will not last as long as recycled-plastic bender board. Both types of bender
“steel edging” — shellstones
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks81,867
Questions15
The homeowner found the iron pot holder at a housewares/garden store in north San Diego but says it was the only one available.
your ideas organized will help you stay on track to complete your projects, so start by storing everything in one place. A paper file or bulletin board is great for tear sheets, but a basket or box is better for storing bulky samples. You can even create your to-do list in an ideabook. Choose what will work
“Backyard” — cahamlin
Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Ideabooks12,228
Questions6
Assess, repair, replace and store outdoor furniture.Check for any repairs you can take care of over the winter. If you need a winter project, you may want to re-stain or repaint at your
work.Determine whether any pieces are beyond repair; you may just get lucky and find a replacement at a deep discount this time of year. Clean and store furniture you're saving for next year.
“Dry laid patio (in stone dust)” — Tiger Lily Landscapes, LLC
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks9,095
Questions2
can go straight to the compost pile. I wait until the warmer days of spring to wash my pots before replanting them. Find a dry, sheltered place to store your pots to protect them from months of freeze-thaw cycles. My storage area is the back corner of a covered patio; a shed or garage would also do
compost pile. I wait until the warmer days of spring to wash my pots before replanting them."During the winter months, "find a dry, sheltered place to store your pots to protect them from months of freeze-thaw cycles. My storage area is the back corner of a covered patio; a shed or garage would also do the
“Lotus vine” — cathy89128
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