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A Salad Garden on the porch, tiered lettuce and herbs in stacked galvanized pails - romaine and curly leaf lettuce, basil, lavender, and Artemesia "Satiny" Wormwood

Planning a honeybee-friendly garden. It's important to assist bees in whatever ways we can in these days of Colony Collapse

Planning a honeybee-friendly garden. It's important to assist bees in whatever ways we can in these days of Colony Collapse

Suburban / urban backyard raised beds vegetable garden on brick patio, with upscale house and French doors visible, patio chair, rows of red lettuces, green lettuce, kale, pak choi, salad greens, flowers

Suburban / urban backyard raised beds vegetable garden on brick patio, with upscale house and French doors visible, patio chair, rows of red lettuces, green lettuce, kale, pak choi, salad greens, flowers

I remember us having hollyhocks in our flowers beds when I was growing up!!

I remember us having hollyhocks in our flowers beds when I was growing up!!

Hollywood Residence - 02 - mediterranean - landscape - miami - orlando comas, landscape architect.

Hollywood Residence - 02 - mediterranean - landscape - miami - orlando comas, landscape architect.

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 13 Painted…

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 13 Painted Metal Barrels

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 13 Painted…

A nice alternative to wood or brick, these large stone blocks are placed vertically to contain your garden. The blocks themselves are very heavy though, so you would probably want to ask for some help if you plan to take on this project. The blocks may also be somewhat expensive, depending on where you get them. Once placed in a sand bed, they won’t shift much.ProsNatural lookSturdy constructionMany possible configurationsConsHeavy and expensive materialsPotential weed and moss growth

21 Garden Bed Borders, Edging Ideas for Vegetable and Flower Gardens

A nice alternative to wood or brick, these large stone blocks are placed vertically to contain your garden. The blocks themselves are very heavy though, so you would probably want to ask for some help if you plan to take on this project. The blocks may also be somewhat expensive, depending on where you get them. Once placed in a sand bed, they won’t shift much.ProsNatural lookSturdy constructionMany possible configurationsConsHeavy and expensive materialsPotential weed and moss growth

Old fence gates used as garden trellises via thegardenglove | linked from Dishfunctional Designs

Old fence gates used as garden trellises via thegardenglove | linked from Dishfunctional Designs

Growing Lettuce In A Colander (Or How To Grow And Wash Your Veggies All In The Same Container)#/1266042/growing-lettuce-in-a-colander-or-how-to-grow-and-wash-your-veggies-all-in-the-same?&_suid=136654426668404461818316770113

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Growing Lettuce In A Colander (Or How To Grow And Wash Your Veggies All In The Same Container)#/1266042/growing-lettuce-in-a-colander-or-how-to-grow-and-wash-your-veggies-all-in-the-same?&_suid=136654426668404461818316770113

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