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Teich Garden Systems
Greenwich CT Residential #2
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Vegetable garden somewhere, but smaller then this
Like this idea for a garden.
Great way to protect your garden without looking
Love this for a garden idea
A vegetable garden in the middle of the field below the house
vegetable garden. protected.
fencing of the garden.
Protection for the garden.
Teich Garden Systems
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Watermark Landscapes
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Littleton Renovation
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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 ?
Beautiful lights in a vegetable garden
Raised and lowered garden bed designs
This edible garden is well organized with
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
“Pathway, lights, arbor” — Jeff McCamman
Luci.D Interiors
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Woodside
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constant bounty of fresh vegetables and fruits from their raised garden beds.
Corrugated metal for raised garden beds.
tin roofing siding for garden beds
Experiment with raised-bed materials. For their garden’s raised beds, this family in Australia used old corrugated metal and stacked wood for a unique
collection of raised garden beds made from corrugated metal and wood are paired with repurposed fuel drums for an industrial-style vegetable garden.Onus and Viljoen are passionate about organic food and subsistence farming. Between their secondary vegetable garden and the larger garden at the main Woodside
a constant bounty of fresh vegetables and fruits from their raised garden beds. Read more about this cottage
“Wellblech Beete nicht übel” — villa111
Shirley Bovshow
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A Chef's Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
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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
Vegetable garden / built into hillside landscape
Partial wall/ garden multi layer on 1/2 of backyard only??
garden on a slope with rock fencing
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Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
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Vegetable Gardens
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Just curious what the overall dimension of the garden is & how much space you allowed between fruit trees and the raised beds. Thank you!
Lo e how the espaliered apple trees surround the kitchen garden. I would need to fence off the whole thing, to keep the
Apple trees espaliered for a kitchen garden
Because most of the season a Potager looks rather sad. Vegetable Gardens The espaliered apple fence has become a dense wall of leaves, hiding a multitude of ripening
espaliered fruit tree in kitchen garden
Espaliered fruit trees as kitchen garden fence
A great ideas putting a hedge of espaliered apple trees around the vegetable garden
4. Living fences. What could be lovelier than an espaliered fruit tree in a kitchen garden? Apple trees make a low living fence in this potager. Pear trees are also commonly espaliered (although apple trees are reportedly easier to train). In warm climates citrus, figs and olives can be trained into
“hidden veggie garden” — willy_abbott
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
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Paths, Stairs and Gates
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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.
your own vegetables, the last thing you want is for them to be gobbled up by the 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
“Classy” — starburstk
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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This would be awesome in my edible garden! My kids would love love love it!
build this in the front garden bed and grow creeper up it so create a living cubby
Bean teepee...must do one in our future vegetable garden!
Kids can learn to love gardening.
5. Incorporate a vegetable garden. A bean tepee makes a wonderful hiding place for young children
Incorporating a play area for the kids in the garden.
Incorporate a vegetable garden. A bean tepee makes a wonderful hiding place for young
A bean teepee is wonderful fun for children and an appealing garden structure
5. Incorporate a vegetable garden. A bean tepee makes a wonderful hiding place for young children during the summer months. Extra-long bamboo poles would make for an even more
“Bean teepee” — gemdomer
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My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
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Would like to do a raised garden someday
California, house that took the No. 1 spot on our list. Here drought tolerance and low maintenance were the goals. A raised planter box with herbs and vegetables sits next to foxtail ferns.See more: My Houzz: 1950s Rebound for a Cliff May HousePatio set: vintage Brown-Jordan, Xcape; tiki torches: Costco; paint:
Realtors Doug and Rochelle Kramer had started the landscaping outside, and it is still a work in progress. Josh's garden design aesthetic is drought-tolerant, low-maintenance plants with ample spacing. The couple recently created a raised planter box next to some foxtail ferns to grow their own veggies
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