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Oaks Cottage, CronullaTransitional Landscape, Sydney

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Design ideas for a transitional side yard landscaping in Sydney. —  Houzz
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Annie Thornton added this to 25 Ideas to Perk Up Your Side YardApr 23, 2019

18. Potting station. Potting benches can get a little messy. Keep your garden workstation tucked away to the side, where it’s both convenient and out of the way.

Georgia Madden added this to How to Clean and Care for Garden ToolsMay 6, 2018

How should I store garden tools? An outdoor shed is the perfect location to store tools; otherwise, a spare wall in the garage will do. The key is to store them safely where people won’t trip over them or bump their head as they walk past. Hang tools on the wall using hooks, L-shaped brackets or hanging pegs. Ideally, hang them so the handles are about shoulder height, so they’re easy to access. Make sure blades aren’t touching, as this will blunt them prematurely.

Lauren Dunec Design added this to Great Home Project: How to Set Up a Potting StationMay 19, 2017

4. Repurpose an outdoor table. Alternatively, you can repurpose an old piece of furniture into a potting station — wooden desks, narrow tables and side tables can all work well. “A good height for working is important,” Acheff says. Look for pieces that have work surfaces about 3 feet off the ground. Also consider the materials of the furniture and how they’ll hold up to your climate. “Weather can do a number on indoor furniture,” Acheff says, and things like peeling paint can be harmful to the garden. If your furniture is not made for the outdoors or you’re otherwise unsure as to whether it will hold up to the weather, choose a site under a covered patio or in a garage.Pros: It can be free or inexpensive if you can find a piece to recycle.Cons: It may be limited to sheltered use only.

InHowzer added this to 11 Cool Shade Ideas for SummerDec 16, 2016

6. Green it up. Plants are a cost-effective way to create shade, and they have the added benefit of creating a lovely light quality underneath their foliage. A rugged structure such as this steel lattice can be softened with plants trained to climb overhead. Star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides), which explodes with sweetly perfumed white flowers in spring, is a great climber that won’t take over your garden but can be trained to thoroughly cover an overhead structure.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Jennifer Fletcher added this to Outdoor Flower Planting Area3 days ago

Add spigot drain storage for yard spray and stuff

William Belei added this to BackyardJun 17, 2019

Could have a wire wall like this for the roses

Erin Morrison added this to New HouseJun 10, 2019

On the back of the outside kitchen wall

Gita Un Mareks Vītoli added this to Gita Un's ideasJun 3, 2019

gar māju un kaimiņu kur līdz terasei aug vīnogas

dbegonia added this to gardenMay 31, 2019

potting station. Potting benches can get a little messy. Keep your garden workstation tucked away to the side, where it’s both convenient and out of the way.

Steve Guerzon added this to Garden Shed areaMay 29, 2019

I like the trellis work area. If we never get rid of the shed, this would go great against the wall and leave room for climbing plants etc. The potting table would be nice as well.

stephaniebrowning1 added this to OutdoorsMay 25, 2019

Cattle panel to create a screen from cliff and sheries house

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