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Family Garden in Wimbledon Landscape, London

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amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Creative Edges for Garden Borders and PathsJul 20, 2018

5. Use railroad ties horizontally. Railroad ties have been popular for building steps and raised beds for a while, but you also can use them around the perimeter of your yard to create an edge for your borders. Here, two straight runs sit opposite each other, with smaller, more interesting beds at the end. Home improvement stores stock railroad ties. Whether you go for new or reclaimed ties, make sure you buy untreated ones since the chemicals can damage your plants.

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nice74
nice74 added this to Cours urbainesMay 13, 2019

Utilisez les traverses de chemin de fer horizontalement. Les traverses de chemin de fer sont populaires pour construire des marches et des plates-formes surélevées depuis un certain temps, mais vous pouvez également les utiliser autour du périmètre de votre cour pour bien la délimiter. Ici, deux lignes droites se font face, avec des carrés plus petits et plus intéressants à la fin. Les centres de rénovation domiciliaire stockent des traverses de chemin de fer. Que vous optiez pour des traverses neuves ou récupérées, assurez-vous d'acheter des traverses non traitées, car les produits chimiques peuvent endommager vos plantes.

sunincan
Olga's Paintings added this to Garden InspirationApr 8, 2019

Use railroad ties horizontally. Railroad ties have been popular for building steps and raised beds for a while, but you also can use them around the perimeter of your yard to create an edge for your borders. Here, two straight runs sit opposite each other, with smaller, more interesting beds at the end. Home improvement stores stock railroad ties. Whether you go for new or reclaimed ties, make sure you buy untreated ones since the chemicals can damage your plants.

katie_91
katie_91 added this to katie_91's ideasMar 26, 2019

Don’t particularly like it but nice idea with bordering

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