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small courtyard garden for entertaining and easy plant maintenance, raised sleeper planting beds, Indian Sandstone paving

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Lia Leendertz offers advice on raised beds, daffodils and small trees

Railway sleeper planters - possible smaller width and higher filled with slate and plants for the driveway?

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Contemporary Garden Planting & Plants Used In Philip Nash Design Garden Projects - London & South East

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How to Build A Raised Planting Bed

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An eye catching design with a sweeping serpentine layout for a raised bed. An important design feature for planting as well as informal seating in smaller gardens.

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Modular layouts to break up a space and to create different zones. The main planting bed here creates the space for the majority of planting. Giving you the depth create a big planting bed.

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10 design ideas for a tiny edible garden

Design: Leslie Bennett, Stephanie Bittner, and Christian Cobbs, Star Apple Edible Gardens. Copper-colored steel raised beds for a modern potager.

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Planning Your Vegetable Garden: Mapping the Garden Beds

Before sowing a single seed, it is helpful to sketch a map of the garden so you know where to plant everything and how you can keep each bed producing all through the growing season.

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Raised Garden Bed Construction: If using timber, ensure that it is an untreated hardwood to prevent the risk of chemicals leaching into the soil. Pine that was treated using chromated copper arsenate, or CCA, contains a toxic chemical mix for preserving timber which can be drawn up into the plants and eat part or all of the plant. A common approach is to use timber sleepers joined with steel rods to hold them together.

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How to Group Container Gardens Together

Gather multiple potted plants to create the splendor of an in-ground border in a spot where gardening is otherwise impossible. Using containers, you can fill a space with beautiful color and texture that rivals earthbound planting beds.

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Repetition of rudbeckia, salvia, tagetes and marigold to create cohesion in long border...created by Steffen Hauser

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