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Judith Balis Interiors
If I'm not mistaken I thought I saw these stones at Home Depo the other day...
Stone wall and fountain
Fence of stone stacked
Retianing wall for out back
Within the terraced beds
stones for retaining wall
COULD SURROUND WITH A BED?
stone wall...Stone bricks...Like stone...Stone brick wall...this stone...nice stone
Elaine M. Johnson
plant bed in front of retaining wall
i like this retaining wall with lots of little stones and the larger ones on top so that Charlotte and her friends
love the stone wall looks like a romantic bridge
Back yard stone wall with fence. Block neighbor
Stone work and foliage
stone mix with wood gate
stone wall, picket fence
natural stone pavers
Wall and stone...retianing wall...Stone wall...Stone walls...Stone terrace...stone garden wall
Raised Stone Garden Beds
Love this idea. Beautiful! What is the stone and what could I line them with that would also drain out water?
We just bought a house and our back yard has septic tank/large leaching field, so limited space for veg garden. If I make these elegant raised beds I'd still need to line them with something
How are you irrigating these beds? How is the water supply hidden?
What did you use for the cap stone?
Boston area. Any suggestions gratefully accepted. Also would 4 of these beds, tho' smaller, work for 4 corners of a grape arbor? That has always been a dream of mine to have... Many, many thanks.
What are the dimensions for these beds, length ,depth and width?
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.
Huettl Landscape Architecture
steel and concrete
raised beds - 90 degree angles
less maintenance for backyard beds.
Teri's front bed...stone and patio
Rick O'Donnell Architect
What type of rock is being used on these raised beds?
Raised beds for right of pool
The raised beds made from stone
Stone borders for garden with gravel
Idea of raised beds and trellis for back yard
Stone Vegetable beds option 1, 3, 4
Small raised gardens with stone surround.
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
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
Where did you get this bed? What kind of wood is made from/
Who is the artist of the painting over the bed/
What type of stone is used on the fireplace? Thank you
Where is the blue pillow in the bed from? Thanks
Where can I buy this bed from?
I am interested in buying this bed frame for or new home. Could someone please forward me the contact info. Thanks, Nathan
What type of wood is the bed made out of?
Where can I purchase the bed?
Where can I buy this beautiful wooden bed?
I'd love to know where i can buy this bed and the artist who painted the wood panel above it. Thank you!
Love the painting! Do you have any information on where to get that or something like that? Love the design and the shape! Beautiful room...the bed is gorgeous...
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Raised garden beds, stone garden beds, fence, vegetable garden, flower garden
Use of stone for raised beds
stones for border of raised garden
rock beds less than 12" in height, no mortar needed
Vege beds like this in the front yard?
My kind of raised planter beds
slightly raised garden beds with rock borders
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