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This garden screen is designed to allow vine to grow on it. It screens out an adjacent 3 storey building.
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annwithane wrote:
is this old carolina brick or old carolina thing brick? - old Carolina would be perfect here. I am thinking of this option for my grandson.
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This is recycled old red bricks.
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oh, same effect with old Carolina hand made brick. thanks
jindu121 wrote:
What materials did you use for the circular planters?
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The material used for garden beds is zincalume which is basically the same metal material used in conventional water tanks. At the top there is a layer of rubber to prevent the sharp edge from causing cuts. You should be able to get the same thing manufactured in the US by a standard rainwater tank fabricator. By the way, there is no bottom to the tank to allow drainage.
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Isn't this just short lengths of wide diameter culvert pipe?
mobat wrote:
will the metal rust? is this installed knowing that it must be replace in X amount of time? Love the idea!
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zincalume is an alloy which won't readily rust unless it has constant moisture. We coat the interior of the tanks with a water sealing paint food grade. This further prevents rust and significantly extends the life of the tanks.
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