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Reusing broken concrete isn't too hard-These retaining walls were built using discarded concrete scavenged from a building project.

Laramee Haynes, a California-based landscape designer, often reuses pieces of broken concrete in gardens as an alternative to pouring a slab of concrete. "Broken concrete can be reused over and

'Urbanite' (Reused broken concrete 'stones') utilized to make retaining walls for deep and wide planting serpentine beds. (WildHeart Gardens, Berkeley CA)

“Urbanite” is another way to say broken concrete, and it makes fine substitutes for rocks that might come from across the globe. These garden beds are now growing vegetables, fruit and herbs.

Magnificent Timber Retaining Walls

Retaining walls are a necessity in many Colorado Springs landscapes & living spaces. Garden walls, seat walls, & accent walls are just some of your

Luxurious Wooden Retaining Walls

retaining wall idea for the back yard, I like the terraced appearance. Would be great on the side of a deck. I love the idea of the raised beds for plants along the deck.

Reclaimed Retaining Wall This retained wall was built using recycled chicken wire, reclaimed wooden posts and rocks that were dug up from the ground – brilliant idea for shaping your garden. | The Micro Gardener

DIY - Homemade Gabion wall ie rocks encased in wire baskets and used as a retaining wall - creates a dramatic feature in a garden. No directions on link. Nice someone figured out how to landscape with river rock. I swear they grow!

A deck with a view is the new destination near the top of the slope. Benches and a retaining wall wrap around the deck.

Taming a slope A deck at the top of this sloping backyard transformed the space into an inviting destination for taking in the view. The rear edge of the by deck notches into the hill. A low retaining wall holds the uphill section in place and

fire pit

Love the seating in the back of the firepit. Could put chairs in front and they would sit well in the gravel base. Chairs could be easily moved form fireplace to firepit.