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Photo of a small contemporary backyard landscaping in Orange County.

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Succulent wall

Photo of a small contemporary backyard landscaping in Orange County. —  Houzz

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leningradka wrote:May 3, 2014
Is this a repurposed pallet?

- Thank you

loriamills wrote:June 1, 2014
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    The planters are watered by hand as they are not thirsty plants, but it would be possible to water with drip irrigation. They are watered once a week or every two weeks depending on the weather.
    We lined the wood inside so it should last quite a while.
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    We used pond liner on the inside to protect the wood.

chungshirl wrote:August 6, 2014
What is the large plant that sort of resembles hicks yew? Also if that

skovalenko wrote:January 31, 2015
What happens to it in winter time?

- Especially if it's below freezing and snowing.

ADG Lighting wrote:January 31, 2015
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    hi Newhousoepowers. we can help you with that. Where are you located? would you like to email me at Gerald@adgmail.com... easier to communicate.

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    Hello, Thanks for getting in touch with us. Please call us on 949.218.7459 or email to info@livinggardenslandscapedesign.com. We would love to chat with you and see how we can help you.

Lori Belenzon-Anderson wrote:September 24, 2015
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    Succulents work great in Temecula! We live here did have had them for years.
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    You can use wire fencing for drought plants. It helps a lot in their growth.

niseeg wrote:February 29, 2016
Alma Morales wrote:April 19, 2016
Are this plants safe for kids???

- Are this plants safe for kids???

Evelyn Cox wrote:May 19, 2016
Can you tell me the dementions of the structure?

- How high is it... Depth and length of beds?

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    Hello, each bed is 7" high, and 8"deep.

  • kushigrl
    Could this be used for herbs or other edibles? Or not really due to need to water?
Staging Furniture/Lavish Interiors wrote:June 29, 2016
This is absolutely stunning! Great photos.

Larry Ubl wrote:October 5, 2016
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    Hello. We attached pond liner to the inside to protect the wood, with drainage holes spaced about 12" apart along the bottom.

Majestic Unicorn wrote:January 5, 2018
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    Hi Majestic unicorn - I handle them carefully! I avoid the ones that fall apart when touched (i.e. donkey tails). I try to use ones that can take a little more handling.

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as long as things like this structure have water because I kill plants

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Not really for patio area...but good idea for herbs.

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