Brick, concrete and stone are quite common materials that you will find on a garden bed border. But why not boost your imagination to change the ordinary and boring borders? Using recycled glass bottles, shipping pallets, clam shells and even logs can make it fresh and different. However, the garden edging is often overlooked though […]
A sunken design and rustic flagstone walls ensure that gravel doesn't spill into the adjoining gardens and lawn. The smallish gravel mimics the various colors seen in the stacked stones and the fireplace to generate a pleasingly cohesive composition.
This is what I am going to put in the "Back in the day" flower bed along with the old Metal wagon wheel and old metal milk can spilling "milk" but I think I will put pansies in it or some flowers that are good in shade/part sun in evenings.