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vertical succulent wall art Item shown is 24x24inches What you should know: The frame of the succulent wall is filled with bare root succulent plants, and left horizontal to root. This can take several weeks for them to root enough to hold them in place. Care: water well to completely wet the soil, and then allow to dry out completely. Be careful not to wash out the soil by using a very fine spray. Fertilize sparingly. The wall will need to be in bright light for best growth.

reclaimed timber garden boxes - so much better than my cheap plastic!

We predict a pre-summer planter riot

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Liking the stepping stones to the sandpit. A bit more organic than te standard boxed sandpit in the corner.

Tessa Rose Natural Playspaces Blogspot: Previous projects

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Edible garden border ~brilliant

How to make an attractive edible garden: Always wanted to grow your own food? Don’t banish the plot to the furthest corner of the backyard! Instead, turn it into a feature with a lo...

Remodelaholic | 25 Edible Garden Ideas

BaDesign Gardenista Best Edible Garden Winner. Interesting raised beds and vertical gardening...

Driveway Turned Edible Garden | great use of space for a productive garden

Remodelaholic | 25 Edible Garden Ideas

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small edible gardens

outdoor living

Love this wall for outdoor shade and privacy.