By Alphonso Schmitz. garden idea. Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 02:24:11 AM.
Raised gardens can come in many unique shapes, sizes, and numbers. You can choose to have one large garden, or two or three smaller ones. Smaller gardens seem to be much easier to care for.
The obvious thing to do is to plan based on your garden size. Traditionally this was done through the use of graph (or grid) paper and a pencil; today, technology is offering a helping hand. There are many programs now available that will help a gardener to come up with a look for their garden that will incorporate all of their gardening ideas. These programs allow a garden of any size to be planned. Water features, plants, lawns and rockeries can not only be shown in the plans, but also in 3D. This allows a gardener to view their garden plans and what it would look like in real life.
Stone can create many types of raised bed gardening ideas. It also lasts much longer than any of the varieties of wood, and can be found naturally. It can be used with or without mortar, depending on the look you are trying to achieve.
You may decide that your garden is going to be functional, rather than full of plants and water features. You might choose a children’s area with a slide and a sandpit, or a large patio and decking area for barbeques. You might just want to be able to get to the washing line, or the shed.
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