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  • Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design
    Stanford Dingley, Berkshire

    Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design - Stanford Dingley, BerkshireThe existing cottage garden was relatively high maintenance. The client wanted to change an overgrown herbaceous border into an area requiring little maintenance. A gravel garden was created incorporating a millstone water feature and rustic sleeper bench. Drought tolerant planting includes cistus, thymes, sedums and grasses.

  • Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design
    Stanford Dingley, Berkshire

    The existing cottage garden was relatively high maintenance. The client wanted to change an overgrown herbaceous border into an area requiring little maintenance. A gravel garden was created incorporating a millstone water feature and rustic sleeper bench. Drought tolerant planting includes cistus, thymes, sedums and grasses.

  • Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design
    Stanford Dingley, Berkshire
  • Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design
    Stanford Dingley, Berkshire
  • Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design
    Stanford Dingley, Berkshire
Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design - Stanford Dingley, Berkshire Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design - Stanford Dingley, Berkshire Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design - Stanford Dingley, Berkshire Low Maintenance Gravel Garden Design - Stanford Dingley, Berkshire

Source: www.andreanewillgardendesign.co.uk

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We're going to design some roof gardens...

Looking for design motif's that would be useful
these will be roof gardens for a hospital in northern california
about 5 different ones
we don't think we can use plants
so gravel, etc will be used a lot
they told us to consider various cultures/ continents/ make it international
the gardens will only be visible from windows, no access, so they have to have bold design
one thing we think we could definitely do is take metal header, and weld it into frames, and we would be capable of intric

Climate of change ahead for gardening  — Newsday
While many gardeners scan the newly arrived seed catalogs to plan their next growing season, the industry's visionaries are pouring talent and resources into products and ideas they hope will be sown in years to come. .. FLOWERS.

Message to a heartbroken widow: embrace your grief  — Irish Times
And go for a walk in the garden. Examine the dead plants and the frosty clay that was so full of flower last August.

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  • Avatar slscville Any recommendations on raised beds for gardening?
    Jan 11, 2009 by slscville | Posted in Garden & Landscape

    I'd like to install a raised bed for vegetable gardening this year. I think this will allow me more control over the soil quality. What's the cheapest and easiest way to go about it? Should I buy one of the ready-made beds available online?
    In case I wasn't clear, the soil is not my concern, it's the actual bed itself. Should I try to build one, or buy one that snaps together?

    • If you can avoid it dont buy a bed, they are not worth the expence.

      the bed i have my cacti in is just a square of concrete blocks.
      [8" tall, never rot, easy to move if needed, ]