Karl Sutcliffe

Karl Sutcliffe

Jhb / Landscape Designer
Karl Sutcliffe
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patrick verbruggen tuinarchitectuur / tuin 5, bonheiden (architectuur: wollaert architecten)

patrick verbruggen tuinarchitectuur / tuin 5, bonheiden (architectuur: wollaert architecten)

To build the raised herb garden, the pinner's husband used pressure treated 2×4′s, 2×6′s, and 4×4′s. He built the frame out of the pressure treated wood. He use corrugated aluminum roofing to side the raised beds. To trim the sides, he used cedar fencing. Josh bought all of these materials at Lowe’s. - Source: Two Peas and Their Pod. IMPORTANT HEALTH NOTE: Avoid pressure treated wood with CCA-chromated copper arsenate (arsenic), as you don't want arsenic leaching into your soil. There are…

To build the raised herb garden, the pinner's husband used pressure treated 2×4′s, 2×6′s, and 4×4′s. He built the frame out of the pressure treated wood. He use corrugated aluminum roofing to side the raised beds. To trim the sides, he used cedar fencing. Josh bought all of these materials at Lowe’s. - Source: Two Peas and Their Pod. IMPORTANT HEALTH NOTE: Avoid pressure treated wood with CCA-chromated copper arsenate (arsenic), as you don't want arsenic leaching into your soil. There are…

Restaurants and home cooking / kitchen gardens take note: This idea would make for a great restaurant herb garden for added curb appeal as well as fresh, organic food appeal too!

Restaurants and home cooking / kitchen gardens take note: This idea would make for a great restaurant herb garden for added curb appeal as well as fresh, organic food appeal too!

Great Looking Raised Beds On A Slope. Notice The Drainage Holes- Too.- | Everything you need to know about Gardening

Great Looking Raised Beds On A Slope. Notice The Drainage Holes- Too.- | Everything you need to know about Gardening

Herb garden planted checkerboard paving stones. Xeriscaping idea - extra heat from stones, little evaporation of water.

Herb garden planted checkerboard paving stones. Xeriscaping idea - extra heat from stones, little evaporation of water.