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Is it safe to use steel or other metal for raised beds? Will any metal or leach into the vegetables as they grow? thanks.
I like the plants and beds but NOT the metal
metal containers, gravel, plants and variation in height
Cor-Ten steel is the material choice for the retaining walls of this terraced garden.The glaucous coloring of the succulents contrasts well with the metal, and the plants are perfect for dry conditions. The gravel mulch aids drainage and prevents water evaporation while providing a great textural contrast
A Planter With A ViewGardens by Gabriel
interesting and cheap reuse of old metal water tub
What is it? An old cattle feeder What is it doing in its new life? Serving as a container for succulents. Requirements: Finding an old cattle feeder
Repurpose the "precious" rusted metal junk we have laying around our backyard
Repurpose the "precious" metal junk we have in our backyard
What is it? An old cattle feederWhat is it doing in its new life? Serving as a container for succulents.Requirements: Finding an old cattle feeder (or buying a new galvanized tub at a hardware store; it has a similar look and is very inexpensive), poking holes in the bottom, spreading some gravel, filling
love the flowers and candles in metal container
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Utilization de pots en plaque de metale brute
I like the use of rusted metal in landscaping.
Nolina and some cacti can take planting in larger containers if kept on the drier side. One can underplant the above using hardy winter annuals, such as dianthus, pansies, kale or petunias. Or add color with year-round foliage to contrast containers. In colder locales be prepared to cover plants during
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Ms. Dalton, these look like custom containers constructed of corten steel. Contact any local steel manufacturer and they can either provide you with the necessary materials, or direct you to someone who can. If unsuccessful there, contact a local scrap yard to inquire... Either way, take your finds to
to a local welder for assembly. I surmise that you could make 1 container for $125-150. Good luck!
Great containers of same shape different sizes.
I like the containers and gravel
Private ResidenceExteriors By Chad Robert
a thriving garden. Containers allow you to control the soil conditions in a discrete area, affording you the opportunity to grow water-loving plants in dry soil or those that prefer xeric conditions even if you have clay. Tip: Use a custom potting mix appropriate for your container plants. Drought-tolerant
Containers allow you to control the soil conditions in a discrete area, affording you the opportunity to grow water-loving plants in dry soil or those that prefer xeric conditions even if you have clay. Tip: Use a custom potting mix appropriate for your container plants. Drought-tolerant
intresting idea. containing the plants with gravel around, or, another material. dont know if it fits in though
bowman patioHugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
Love the metal awning. Is that pre made? Looks great!
Can the metal awning go 7-8 feet out and 18-20 feet wide?
for an architect and a metal worker to collaborate. I don't think there is anything like it. It would fly out of the warehouse. Thanks for sharing.
I represent Awnings of Hollywood/Thompson Architectural in Hollywood Florida, My family and i specialize in architectural metals, canopies and fabric
fabric structures, that is a very clean metal roof with a single front line, who ever fabricated that nice job for keeping the front clean and aesthetically fine tuned
The awning is custom made, out of copper, but of course could be made of any type of metal. I am glad you like it!
Painted Metal supported by pretty metal brackets
Palos Verdes ResidenceChris Barrett Design
recent years. Loved for their large, glossy, leathery leaves, they make great houseplants. They are fantastic as larger specimen plants — in a large container, they can easily grow to around 6½ feet tall.
recent years. Loved for their large glossy, leathery leaves, they make great house plants. They are fantastic as larger specimen plants – in a large container they can easily grow to around two metres tall.
recent years. Loved for their large, glossy, leathery leaves, they make great houseplants. They are fantastic as larger specimen plants — in a large container, they can easily grow to around 6½ feet tall.
Loves the succulents in containers. Great front porch grouping.
The different containers and flowers, heights and color
I like large pots/containers. They would look great around the front of the house, by the garage, etc.
Great containers/succulents.
Container gardening.
deck, container plants
Succulent container gardens
Container garden...Container Garden
Colorful PotsCasa Smith Designs, LLC
Everything is so pretty. Do you mind sharing what type of flowers are in the containers?
Containers for backyard
Container gardens. Beautiful
container flowers...container patio...Outdoor containers...Bricks & containers...Garden containers
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
them in the space. Tip: Keep plantings simple to avoid large pots’ overwhelming a space; keep the style of the containers in line with the home’s architecture and consider having the containers ‘emerge’ from ground covers or grasses.
them in the space.Tip: Keep plantings simple to avoid large pots’ overwhelming a space; keep the style of the containers in line with the home’s architecture and consider having the containers ‘emerge’ from ground covers or grasses.
gives you plenty of flexibility when it comes to deciding where to place them. Ask for dwarf varieties at your local nursery and look for a deep container at least 18 inches in diameter.
just a garden feature; they're an integral part of the design — the terra-cotta pots reflect the tiles edging the paving. Finding an appropriate container and the right plants for the space is vital.It can be tempting to fill spaces with many small planters and pots, filled with many different plants
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