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Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
Ideabooks6,820
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"Flower bed" I see what you did there
Time to make your flower bed.
wrought iron canopy bed over flower bed.
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.
Wouldn't you love to meet the person who woke up one morning and said, "Today, I think I'll go make myself a flower bed?" I don't even have to meet them to know I'd like them
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 it. This is what whimsy on steroids looks like...and I LOVE it!
This arrangement brings new meaning to the term "flower bed." OK, it's a little punny, but it
“Funny!” — adrienne_o
Shepherd Stoneworks
Raised Stone Garden Beds
Ideabooks24,522
Questions5
space for veg garden. If I make these elegant raised beds I'd still need to line them with something so the roots of veggies don't reach down into leaching field. We're in greater Boston area. Any suggestions gratefully accepted. Also would 4 of these beds, tho' smaller, work for 4 corners of a grape arbor
What are the dimensions for these beds, length ,depth and width?
How are you irrigating these beds? How is the water supply hidden?
agree. We have motion sensor sprinklers as well, but our deer have become used to them and now ignore them. We've had to build cages around our raised beds.
Nice looking raised beds, no wood to rot or be infested by bugs.
Raised beds on a sloped back yard
“Stone beds and flagstone patio” — Deedra Galarneau
Rob Kyne
The Hampton Garden
Ideabooks80,508
Questions16
this looks like 2x8 boards for a 16" height, correct? 4x4 support on the outside with a 1x6 around the top, correct? Do you put the gravel under the planter bed for drainage
between the raised beds. It compacts into a hard surface, more difficult for weeds to penetrate. It has worked well so far and looks very nice.
Rob: Outstanding job with this project. I'm curious, what type of stain or oil did you use? This is by far our favorite raised bed example. We're copying
with a space for a compost if you do not have one and create your own or you can buy sand and mix potting soil and bagged compost and then fill the beds.
Assuming that's a bush squash and 2x12s for the raised beds, looks like about 3 feet. Like Rob said, make the paths big enough for your equipment, whatever that is.
“Garden boxes” — marylynn4
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Casa Smith Designs, LLC
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Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks16,307
Questions4
This veggie bed is accessible from every angle and easy on the back - everything grows right in front of you...no bending over required. Photo Credit: Mark Pinkerton
x 19 square Each bed = 7.5' L x 3' W x 30"T Material
What are the height of the raise beds?
Are the raised beds completely filled with soil?
Are the beds lined with anything?
Raised garden beds in one area of yard with pathways
“Veggies” — Martin Klein
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Rear Planters
Ideabooks8,151
Questions5
What type of rock is being used on these raised beds?
I like the masonry raised beds.
great beds- love the gravel between
Raised beds for right of pool
raised beds, idea for front garden maybe
crew to install the beds properly. Pros: Masonry can be a permanent addition, and the supplies are available almost everywhere. Masonry raised beds are very attractive and can be built to blend in with or even match your home's exterior.Cons: Masonry can be fairly costly, depending on the type of rock. Cost:
MasonryMasonry raised beds are the chameleons of the garden world. They can easily fit into nearly any style of garden, depending upon the type of rock you use. If you are a handy DIYer, you may be able to complete a project like this on your own, but most homeowners will want to hire a masonry crew
“raised planting beds in stone” — kerrikales
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks10,826
Questions1
Raised garden beds, stone garden beds, fence, vegetable garden, flower garden
rock beds less than 12" in height, no mortar needed
Vege beds like this in the front yard?
slightly raised garden beds with rock borders
My kind of raised planter beds
the organic shapes of the garden bed. very nice
Love the raises beds made of rocks.
RockConstructing raised beds from rock is a very easy DIY project for the average homeowner. Small boulders or large cobbles can be used, and they needn't be mortared in place, assuming your wall is fairly low (12 inches or less, still a respectable height for raised beds). The beds can be straight or curved
landscape style. This type of construction isn't permanent, but that can also be considered an asset if you decide to change the shape or location of your beds. Cost: If you already have rocks on your property, they're obviously free. If not, prepare to spend $85 a cubic yard and up. Rock is sold by the cubic
“Rock border” — marey010
Addison Landscape & Maintenance, Inc.
17 Reviews
Rustic Wine Country Residence
Ideabooks4,573
Questions3
you added screws to the bracket...was this fairly easy to do? I ask because I want to recommend this product for a do-it-yourself article on raised bed gardening.
Rock around beds and ex of beds on hill
raised beds, but use hinges and latches to connect
the raised beds with the borders of roses.
Cool corner brackets on raised beds
“like metal brackets on corner of raised planters” — smithfieldhome
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks6,852
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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
“Garden boxes” — marylynn4
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