How to Install a Picket Fence By: Jefferson Kolle, This Old House magazine
P A V I N G .... material [Greys Court - Walled Garden - Henley on Thames, England ]
A most enjoyable and useful video...6 Ingenious Ways to Reuse Your Plant Pots - YouTube Where would we be without plant pots? We use them to grow young plants and to bring on delicious salads, vegetables and fruits. But what do you do with your pots once your plants have outgrown them?
GARDENHOW-TO5 Raised Bed Designs You Can Make In An AfternoonGrowing vegetables is much easier in loose soil, but building your own elevated plot doesn't have to be difficult.
Easy Raised Garden Bed I like the horseshoe shape. Fill this with straw bales maybe?
How to Build Raised Beds for Your Vegetable Garden
Growing Lettuce for Companion Planting, new article out today from growveg.com
For the love of dragonflies...what a sweet idea!
Loving these cutouts. Going to do my own design for the front yard wood fence to soften it a bit since will be solid wood.
The Vegetable Garden (Ballymaloe Cookery School, Ireland)
Willow-weave path at RHS Harlow Carr. Suggested by another Pinner that you could also use rods of forsythia.
Bridge reflection - from Beautiful Portals
Garden Walkways Ideas Add more elegance to your gardens by making these Gorgeous Garden paths, not only they save your grass from rough patches but also they increase the elegance of your ga…
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galvanized large container, probably something from farm supply for water element, without digging down. I like it. Our Garden: MOSAIC GARDENS: Landscape - Garden Design and Construction in Eugene, Oregon
DIY Flagstone Path Tutorial
Lovely old brick and stone path
Interesting,,,,barbed wire trellis
DIY Garden Trellis Free Plans And Tutorial
Entrance to a garden room. This wooden gate with open aspects through the curved window frame structure gives the feeling of exclusiveness, intrigue and privacy.
An idea for a raised bed
Like most organic gardeners, I grow my vegetables in permanent beds that are separated by permanent pathways. While I don’t want to put a lot of time and effort into maintaining meticulous pathways, I do want them to serve me by providing firm footing in all types of weather.
What a fantastic and quirky design for a garden gate! I would never have thought of such a wonderful use of a bicycle!