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Design ideas for a contemporary retaining wall landscape in Seattle.

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Design ideas for a contemporary retaining wall landscape in Seattle. —  Houzz

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pegaleg05 wrote:Mar 20, 2012
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    Banyon Tree Design Studio
    Yes. This container is only about 30" tall and about 18" opening at the top.
Rosie Ranger wrote:Mar 26, 2012
Where can I find this planter? Just what I've been looking for. Thx.

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    Burco Surface & Decor
    Linda we could make you custom concrete planter that color and size, you can look at our website if you want and contact us if your interested. http://www.burcollc.com/
  • thunder1
    If you were in SO. California I would say see the Cactus Guy in Piru, CA. Has a super selection of pots.
zenasugar02 wrote:May 13, 2013
  • zenasugar02
    Thank you so much for you reply. So what I did, after reading your answer, is good. I used Lava rock in the bottom for weight, because here in New Jersey this year we have been getting some really crazy, windy storms, and I feared that my 2 containers, which are made from fiberglass and cast stone could possibly be blown over. I used two round containers, approximately 14/16 inches diameter, made my flower arrangement and inserted one in each pot. With the lava rock on the bottom and the plants on the top I feel confident now that they will not tip over and break.
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swatsdad59 wrote:Aug 26, 2013
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    Banyon Tree Design Studio
    I'm sorry, the clients chose the paint color on the house. it is a dark chocolate grey and the plants look great with the house color backdrop.
sandyr6 wrote:Dec 15, 2013
Where did you get the pot from?

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    Banyon Tree Design Studio
    This pot was purchased in Seattle, wholesale at Aw Pottery or retail at Molbaks or Ravenna Gardens.
Donna Spence wrote:Feb 28, 2014
What is the cost of the lattice

  • Jamal Amin
    wouldnt it get destroyed in the rain ?
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    Banyon Tree Design Studio
    Cedar has a 10-15 year life span in the PNW and probably longer in this vertical application. If the fence is stained with a wood preservative it will also increase the life of the wood.
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