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The lemon thyme that we planted on the sides of the raised beds add some softness to the gravel path. It's exactly what was needed...

Raised planters. My husband would love this. No cutting the grass. We have lots of bricks too.

You could make the planters different heights and decorate with plastic wrought iron stair steps or half circles

How do you make your garden grow? Here's an idea for a raised bed garden framed with wood and galvanized steel. Check out one of our Old Time Pottery Garden Centers to get your garden started today!

raised bed triangles...I really like this design.It leaves room to get to at all sides of everything.

Do this in front yard. Potager - Kitchen garden at Bolen residence. LOVE the use of the large pots to control the amount of water or nutrients herbs need as opposed to the vegetables! "This raised-bed kitchen garden was absolutely stunning and made great use of a narrow space that was formerly used as a dog enclosure. The space was designed by John Fluitt, an Oklahoma landscape designer."

We're going to do something very similar to this in between our raised beds to grow pea plants on this summer. It will be like a living tunnel for the kids to play in.

sweet pea trellis, I hadn't thought of this before but I could plant sweet peas at the base of my apple tree trellis...hmmm

Container garden-Note the wall of food gardening, the tomatoes are on the trellis. Use indeterminate tomatoes for the trellis because they are the ones that grow large.

Trend Alert: Stained Raised Beds. Not a dark color, holds in the heat, dries out the soil. How about a crazy color?