Garden Screens FremantleEclectic Landscape, Perth

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mistaawa wrote:Aug 17, 2012
  • mistaawa
    Hey Guys, We got our sleepers & have arranged them to give you a sense of what we are trying to achieve. We are looking to construct a triple archway across the front of our home as our front rooms are fairly close to the street & I am trying to create screening. Please advise best way to erect our posts, keeping in mind we live coastal, literally on sand. Cheers :)
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    Sorry for my late reply I have been on holiday. When putting the sleeper posts in we buried them 600mm into the ground and concreted around the posts. We ran a string line and a laser level to get the exact height of the sleepers matching at the top. This can also be achieved by measuring the same height down from the top of the posts and marking a line for the soil level and then running a string line across the bottom to make sure that each post matches in at the correct height when you concrete it in. We used a lifting hoist to get the upper sleepers into position (these can be seen from the images that I have posted previously and can be hired) We then bolted the upper sleepers to the post using recycled brackets from the railway sleepers. We have also used galvanised brackets in the past.
Vida Flora Design wrote:Jun 20, 2014
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    sustainable garden design perth
    We usually cut a a groove into the pebble at the base and at the top and then we crimp the wire into place so that it doesn't slide out of place

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Annie Thornton added this to Australian Vertical Gardens Create an Artful Outdoor RetreatJan 2, 2013

A hanging pebble garden rounds out this vertical garden series and introduces another class of plants: climbing vines and trailing succulents. The structure is an aesthetic statement, a visual screen and an inventive trellis.Railroad ties, suspended river pebbles and terrazzo bowls form unusual but appealing garden pendulums that move slowly and subtly in the garden breeze. “It creates a surreal sense of rocks hanging in midair,” says Beck.

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HU-567906248 added this to My ideasJul 5, 2019

Hanging baskets over low ground hugging plants

adri93 added this to TuineJun 18, 2019

Houtraam waaraan goed kan hang en rank

Craftsmen's Guild Inc. added this to Nguyen ProjectFeb 25, 2019

Ha: This is nice, would need help with a water system. One more interesting option.

Rory K added this to Garden DesignsJan 27, 2019

Idea for more privacy between the park and the house.

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