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Results found for "vegetable garden arizona above ground planter box"

  • Vegetable Garden in Arizona, We grow vegetables year round, Gardens Design

    Vegetable Garden in A...

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  • Spring in Bloom, Flowers, garden, bloom, colorful, red, pink, greenery, cottage, traditional, floral, bright, cheerful, blooming, blooms, annuals, perennial, rose, iris, diathesis, hosta, impatients, Japanese maple., Gardens Design

    Spring in Bloom

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  • A Budding of Idies, A Birds Eye view of the beginning of my Garden designs.My second set of garden designs.A flower garden using recycled materials.



 A painted fence using reclaimed above ground pool forms. I intend to also paint the interior walls a multiple of solid colors to designate my different plantings! keep in touch as I progress along!, Gardens Design

    A Budding of Idies

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  • Hillside is usable/Pool/Patio updates, We had  a steep hillside and decided to terrace it for easier maintenance and it allowed more use of the land. Everything is on timers and we use drip irrigation. There are many levels with different uses. A tree area at the top, below that camellias, azaleas and roses. A walkway covers a gutter running through that level. The next level has a  veggie garden and our bear country plus the top of the waterfall. Below that is the putting green with 2 relaxing areas to sit in. Our pool area is completely separate and on the side of the house., Yards Design

    Hillside is usable/Po...

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  • Diana's Garden Sanctuary, Includes a semi-formal pond with rock fountain vegatable garden tropical planter with pondless fountain patio area hammock area bird garden and more!, Gardens Design

    Diana's Garden Sanctu...

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  • My Various Gardens, We live in Modesto California. Modesto is in the middle of the state in the Central Valley. The climate is Mediterranean garden zone 8-9. We have an acre of land with our home gardens and a hobby orchard and small vineyard.  Thank you to everyone for your nice comments., Gardens Design

    My Various Gardens

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  • Hilly garden with long winding pathway, My hilly garden, not much space to play with so we tried to fill it with lively flowers and plants. I worked with a landscaper so I don't know the names of many of the plants, Gardens Design

    Hilly garden with long...

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  • Whimsical, Secret Garden and Fish Pond, Gardens Design

    Whimsical

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  • California Backyard Asian-style Retreat , View of our backyard spaces in San Jose, CA.  Gazebo and patio furniture are from Target.  Landscaping was designed by a gentleman specializing in Asian gardens and features a large waterfall fountain, 2 smaller fountains, 2 birdbaths, and specimen plants., Yards Design

    California Backyard A...

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  •  My First Try. . . and loving to garden!, These photos are of my small backyard in the city.  I love my neighbors but . . . like my backyard privacy, so wanting my garden to hide their property., Gardens Design

    My First Try. . . an...

    9 photos, 1,615 Views, Flag

  • My Railroad Themed Garden Project, I restored a real railroad crossing signal with working lights and bell a few months ago. I wanted to put it in my backyard, but I new it would look strange just standing by itself. I love comming up with creative ideas, so i decided to make railroad theamed garden project out of it. I first worked on making the tracks, which I found most of the materials in hardware stores. The tracks are made from metal fence posts,decking fasteners and cedar planks.Next, the walkways were made by using cedar planks mounted on 2x2s. and filled in between with colored pea gravel, which is held in by cedar edging. Then just finished it off by adding stone,multch,plants and flowers. I also restored a switch track light that lights up. Then I wired up both RR lights and bell, which work by remote.
 I finally finished my project by adding a personalized sign, which I found on ebay. 
    I have gotten many people asking me when I am going to build a train to fit on the tracks or adding on a train station. LOL!!!  I tell them maybe next year. If i do decide to add anything on i will post future pics. 
 Well it did'nt take but one day to add on to my project. I have put a 1930s restored parking meter, along with a RR sign and old wood planter, by the side of my garage. You wiil see this first before entering the RR garden (see new pics.  I also added some more detailed pictures of the RR garden., Yards Design

    My Railroad Themed G...

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  • CRAZY for CONTAINERS, An up-close look at some of our container gardens with listings of what is included in the plantings.  To see how we use them in the gardens be sure to visit our other uploads, A Little Bit of Paradise and Our Own Garden Oasis.  Hope you get some great ideas for your own containers next season!, Gardens Design

    CRAZY for CONTAIN...

    20 photos, 8,635 Views, Flag

  • I Love My Front Porch!, Our front looked so nice this spring I had to update photos. We put in new windows and replaced the soffits, porch posts, & light fixture. Hopefullynew deck & a pool deck next year!
, Porches          Design

    I Love My Front Porc...

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  • Fun in the sun, 2009 flowers and gardens and plants, Gardens Design

    Fun in the sun

    15 photos, 644 Views, Flag

  • summer 2008, Our yard and garden have been a work in progress for the last nine years. We began with a blank slate.  I love annuals and perennials including geraniums and hostas.  Hope you enjoy a virtual garden tour from summer 2008!  , Gardens Design

    summer 2008

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  • Dog Bath - Garden Planting Station, This is our new pet washing and planting table. The walk up ramp serves as the perfect solution to bathing furry pets (dogs and cats), with out the back breaking, knee crunching experience of lifting the animals into tubs and small pools. The screen at the end of the station is great for filtering the dirt from planter boxes, not to mention cleaning the silt from our newly polished rocks, rock polishing hobby.    , Other Spaces Design

    Dog Bath - Garden Pla...

    5 photos, 422 Views, Flag

  • Solution for a slippery slope!, Steep slope of the front yard posed many design and safety problems. New landscaping eliminates mowing the grass and adds curb appeal, Yards Design

    Solution for a slipper...

    6 photos, 1,343 Views, Flag

  •  Mele Kalikimaka (Merry Christmas) Hawaiian Style , Mele Kalikimaka I wanted to share some of the beautiful Christmas trees and a little of a Hawaiian Christmas. It is awesome. Enjoy and aloha. , Holidays Design

    Mele Kalikimaka (Me...

    12 photos, 891 Views, Flag

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