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Maltese RoadTraditional Landscape, Hertfordshire

An award winning Victorian garden design that featured in ITV’s ‘Britain’s best gardens’ programme. The design features Victorian paviours, a metal pergola, a slate bench and traditional raised brick beds. Unusual down-lighting and a mixture of cottage garden and architectural planting complete the design. Photography by John Glover

Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional shade backyard brick landscaping in Hertfordshire. —  Houzz
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amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Creative Edges for Garden Borders and PathsJuly 20, 2018

3. Lay bricks on an angle. For a cottage-style yard, consider saw-toothed brick edging. The zigzag look is created by laying bricks along a trench at an angle. Use a string line to make sure the points are at the same level and pack each brick tightly with soil. If you’d like your saw-toothed edge to be more secure, consider using cement to form a base.

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Nikolay K added this to nikolay_k73's ideasNovember 23, 2019

Поставете тухли под ъгъл. За двор в стил вила, помислете за рязане на тухлени триони. Видът на зигзаг е създаден чрез полагане на тухли по изкоп под ъгъл. Използвайте низова линия, за да сте сигурни, че точките са на същото ниво и опаковайте всяка тухла плътно с почва. Ако искате ръбът ви с назъбен трион да е по-сигурен, помислете за използването на цимент за оформяне на основ

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Japan Magpie added this to Porches, BalconiesMay 16, 2019

For a cottage-style yard, consider saw-toothed brick edging.

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myannag added this to Landscape and WalkwaysApril 24, 2019

Ten Simple Ideas to edging garden borders (article)

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Janine Keating added this to courtyardMarch 6, 2019

Use for path in from gate to use up bricks

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Maria F added this to GardenMarch 6, 2019

Aralia: Innovation in Landscape Design Stack bricks on an angle For a natural, cottage garden look, sawtooth brick edging will give an interesting finish to your borders. The jagged look is created by laying bricks along a trench at an angle. Use a string line to make sure the points are at the same level and pack each brick tight with soil. If you’d like your sawtooth edge to be more secure, consider using cement to form a base.

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