Blasen Gardens traditional-landscape
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Blasen Gardens Traditional Landscape, San Francisco

Photographer: Marion Brenner
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sector10 wrote:
What is the size of the posts and cross beam. Also, how deep were the
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I'm also curious what size posts and cross beam was used. Appears it may be 6x6
busymomtiffany wrote:
How much to build that? Do you have simple plans for it? - How much would it cost to build that swing set? We had a nice big tree that we used but it had to come down after a recent ice storm and now we need a place to hang the kids tree swings we got from and I don't think they sell swing sets.
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my kids swings from will look great once I get my husband to build this.
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jorama wrote:
What is the name of the white tipped ornamental grass, and the tall spikey plants behind it?
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Same question, would love know both plant names
Sheila Etheridge wrote:
Still no reply on the swing set...I'd love to know as well. Thanks!
rachel101fan wrote:
what are the demensions of this , where can you find the materials at, how much
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jorimagg wrote:
Swing set - Hello. I am wondering how high the overhead beam is on the swingset? Also, how wide is the structure? Thanks so much! Jori
Jeff D wrote:
Swing set - How high is the horizontal beam on the swingset from the ground?

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Between Naps on the Porch added this to The Timeless Joy of the Tree Swing
If you don't have a big, old sturdy tree limb from which to hang your swing, consider building a support similar to the one shown here.

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