This garden screen is designed to allow vine to grow on it. It screens out an adjacent 3 storey building.
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A feat of green design as well as visual appeal, this trio of industrial-size water drums includes a sandy spot for teeny-tinies to enjoy.
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Since native plants support more wildlife than nonnatives, using them creates a space of wonder and exploration for kids. Exposure to nature has been proven to increase creativity, out-of-the-box thinking and confidence, all while easing symptoms of ADHD. When I was growing up I had more intense relationships with frogs and sticks and dirt than I can remember. Did you know soil contains microscopic organisms that, through contact with our skin, increase levels of serotonin? No wonder I’m happy when I’m digging in the dirt!
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Love the repetition of the sandbox with planters. Could easily be converted to planter when kids and Kates get over the sand. Downside is that it’s much smaller than I’d like.