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Small garden inspiration

Layering plants of different heights adds depth to a narrow bed, while a framework on the back wall uses every inch of a small garden.

Building a Living Fence

Build a living fence — use berry canes such as raspberries for a fence that produces food.

i love this idea. create a large frame and stringing through chicken wire and then letting some ivy just totally take it over.

Sweet vertical garden: Green Wall on a shoestring. Ivy climes a mesh of net, sitting in regular pots on the ground. What a nice way to achieve semi-privacy. From permaculture consultant Cecelia Macauley. Peas or beans

Living willow structure

beautiful Living Willow Garden Decor Structure We love this living willow outdoor structure that gives you another living room in your garden ! Look so romantic ! More Living Willow Structures by B.

Espaliered apple tree... beautiful

Edible landscaping: RHS GARDEN, ROSEMOOR, DEVON Espalier fruit trees to save space and decorate. It takes time a patience, but results are very nice if you want an edible landscape.

Using an invisible wire trellis to dress up a plain wall

Some of our other gardens including beautiful planting combinations & pots, paving & fencing details, banks & hills & walls, privacy planting

great fencing idea, can keep the little varmins out as well as large. dug down deep enough and maybe cement for sturdiness, could help keep your farm animals safe inside as well.-brandee

Gavión de Grava de Piedra Molida Some innovative ideas on display at Appeltern Gardens, such as this hardware cloth metal mesh gabion-like fence, or perhaps it's a wall, partially filled with trap rock.

How-to espalier fruit trees

Me and Jessica need a garden! How to Espalier Fruit Trees . one of the easiest ways to include fruit trees in a small space garden and maximise your yield. Fruit grows on horizontal branches, leaves grow on verticals!

ROJO PARA EXTERIORES

Rojo para decorar el jardín.

“I wanted to transform the dividing wall into a living wall,” says garden designer Terry McGlade, so he planted low-maintenance ‘Thorndale’ ivy and fitted the wall with a grid of stainless-steel cables on which the ivy could climb.

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