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    Raised Flower Beds

    Really nice, natural raised bed. Looks great against the fence and doesn't break the bank.

    Use and old dead log for raised flower bed. Holy Cow- this is neat. It would be good instead of cement blocks...

    Raised flower bed with built in bench made of recycled lumber

    Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year - spring and fall.

    We want to do raised flower beds when we move...what a simple way to make them look delightful!

    The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.

    A raised garden bed is great for growing your own veggies as well as for flowers. As well, because of the way they are constructed, they are easier to prune and tend than a regular planting bed.

    Look at those raised flower beds! Nice!

    Small retaining wall with brick on edge capping. Nice brick colours. Better straight not curved for our space. Front yard by the porch and sidewalk

    DIY irrigation system for raised flower beds. Pretty clever really. No need to think much harder about watering. Just attach to a spigot and turn on when needed.

    Creating a square or rectangular timber-framed raised bed is easy, especially if the pieces are pre-cut to length. Buy pressure-treated wood, which will last for many years, or treat it with preservative before you start. If the bed is to sit next to a lawn, make a brick mowing edge.

    Raised planting beds with stacked stone walls: Poynter Landscape Architecture

    Raised (4) Tiered Flower Bed Enabling Garden ~Stackable & Versatile~ I like this idea a lot! I could build up for terracing strawberries and cukes.

    The stone paver retaining wall I built makes a perfect raised flower bed!

    Raised flower beds

    Raised beds are the perfect way to start your own garden. Fruits, vegetables, flowers and shrubs can all thrive in the raised bed environment. The popularity of raised beds is on the rise because of their many benefits – reduce soil erosion, the ease of access to control weeds and pick...

    Retaining Wall Landscape. We don't have a sloped property, but maybe using the retaining walls as raised flower beds to add interest to our yard.

    raised flower bed along fence - Yahoo Image Search Results

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    love this idea - brick edges around the raised garden beds allow easy mowing around the boxes

    Raised Flower Bed- I want to do this around our front tree since it's branches are so low it's a pain to mow around. Plus, then there's more room for flowers!

    I like this raised bed with the built in bench.

    raised flower beds along fence - Google Search

    This looks almost identical to the raised flower bed I put in my former back yard. I miss that flower bed! I plan to put another one in my new back yard in time....

    looks and feels like stone, but it's not. sold by Bed Bath and Beyond, this border/wall faux stone interlocks to make things like retaining walls, raised garden beds, sand boxes, etc.