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Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
My Wife Is Handicapped and rides a scooter, Any Ideas or Thoughts for A Raised Flower Bed. She Loves To Work In The Flower Beds and it is a little more difficult now.
between the raised beds, would be a cool way to utilize rain water collection. just add a sump pump to run the drip irrigation.
Raised beds against the fence. This might work for us
These slim garden beds are perfect for those with narrow landscapes. The homeowners here are reaping the benefits of homegrown food without giving away too much of their precious yard space.
“Ledge that could be used as seat.” — presshande
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Yes, this is natural stone stacked to make the beds
natural way to incorporate a vegetable garden
pebble garden path with some raised beds
Love the shape and material of these raised beds.
I love the raised garden beds
Large stones work as well for raised beds.
See how the stones are placed for raised beds?
Unmortared stacked stone for backyard slope garden
The rock walls & path through raised beds
“Love how this is designed to look so natural.” — myshelley
Danyelle Mathews
Raised bed garden
Raised bed help keep weeds down and are easier to take care of
How to make raised beds for garden
Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Once you've determined the garden location and pH levels, work amendments into the soil. For a new garden bed, first use a spading
Raised beds in gravel with mow strip separating from lawn
cool - yes, raised garden beds are so fun! - TP
A raised garden offers a great way to control the quality of your soil, as you can fill it with a mix of topsoil, planting mix and compost. This deep, rich soil mix will allow you to grow more vegetables than you could in the same square footage of regular garden soil.
existing soil to a depth of 3 to 4 inches. Add in a complete fertilizer and any amendments needed to correct the pH level.See how to build this raised bed garden
“Raised garden...damn rabbits” — bss6565
Erin Lau Landscape Design- Seattle
19 Reviews
Wallingford Vegetable Beds
Juniper wood raised beds. Woodchips surrounding and insectary beds for pollination.
Juniper 4x4 garden beds. Half the cost of cedar.
like how they used mulch, flower beds and raised vegetable beds in this photo.
great idea to make raised beds - dog-friendly
I like the way vegetables are grown along the parking.
I love the raised bed garden.
raise vegetables in strip between sidewalk & street
inground planters and six raised juniper beds. Poor soil and frequent pedestrian traffic make raised beds a better idea for parking strips. They also invite people to stop and rest and gather, something Richardson envisioned for this garden.Seattle regulations state that raised beds need to be at least 3
between the sidewalk and the street, often called the hell strip due to its notoriously inhospitable growing conditions, has become a favorite spot for gardeners wanting to farm their yards.” — Annie ThorntonNow, this article did not actually post this week, but somehow I missed it last week and needed to right
“mulch around boxes” — llemay
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
15 Reviews
Shed Garden
Raised garden with the wine barrel inside of it
Raised bed around deck, barrel inside
Raised bed as extension of the deck
place for a bed of vegetables and herbs.
Raised kitchen garden as an extension of the deck
I could do this with a shed to hold pool things (and pump house) with a garden attached.
I love this raised bed as an extension of the deck. It's a perfect kitchen garden.
AFTER: The new garden was built completely from scratch; most of the work was done in spring and summer 2011. Joseph and Robin added 185 square feet of planting space to the shed, plus about 35 square feet for the
the shade garden off the back of the deck.More:Inspiring Ideas for Your Backyard
“Color of trim, planter and surrounding paver/pebbles.” — houzzbook
Clinton & Associates, PC Landscape Architects
1 Review
Clinton & Associates | Landscape Architects in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virg
nd garden planters with protective fence
like how gardens are worked into landscaping
simple raised bed planters for garden
Using a variety of rectangular sizes can create interest in an updated vegetable garden
container gardens navigate the space between the patio and the ornamental gardens. It's a transition between a very obviously built landscape and the part that was designed to look more natural and free.
Using a variety of rectangular sizes can create interest in an updated vegetable garden.
“like the stepping stones around the garden” — rhondafuhrer
Olivotti Landscape
San Anselmo Organic Garden
Raised garden beds with diving paths for vegetables.
When each bed is planted with a different species, it makes
Raised beds allow for walking paths in between
Great idea for Andrea vegetable garden
"When each bed is planted with a different
the same bed for three additional years. This keeps the soil fertile and helps protect plants from diseases and pests organically
When each bed is planted with a different species, it makes crop rotation easy. Simply plant potatoes, onions
When each bed is planted with a different species, it makes crop rotation easy. Simply plant potatoes, onions, legumes and brassicas in separate raised beds and rotate them so that the same type of plant is not in the same bed for three additional years. This keeps the soil fertile and helps protect
“Diagonal layout” — carrriec
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Oakland Estate
Edible vegetable garden in raised bed.
garden in a stairstep rock wall
love this edibles as ornamentals in garden beds
The fresh crisp look of new garden grown vegetables
Garden integrated in terrace... Cool idea but wouldn't want it to be focal point
In this tiered garden, leafy greens look just as beautiful as a more typical ornamental plant.
Stone raised beds are a good substitute for traditional wooden-framed raised beds. The levels actually save a little space, while still allowing you
you to grow a variety of plants, just like a standard container garden. A timed irrigation system could easily be installed in this area, completely eliminating any need for watering by hand. Next, see two fun container options for small spaces.
“herb garden before deck” — bkmonti
need help for my new small garden
I just bought a small garden, it's about 200m2, we plan to plant a bit vegetables and fruits besides flowers and other trees and , could you give us advice...
Beautify this vegetable garden
Looks like we need to start back from scratch can you all please provide some tips on how to make this a more gorgeous vegetable garden?
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