If you have some old tractor tires kicking around your yard or the home acre, you can copy this nifty use of the treads by stacking and converting a couple of tires into a garden bed. You do need a fair bit of space to use tires like these. You could of course use smaller tires […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
DD: I have in front of me casual layers of Tyndale stone with virgin soil waiting for me to plant something. How do I decide what to plant? The reality in Winnipeg dictates the obvious – what will survive in Zone 3? Similar to good design, we must fit function and build in a budget, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Article #2 – by Daryl D. Garden Project – A Front Yard Garden Retainer Wall. My strong fence is now built so how will I retain the soil and navigate into and up to the top part of the garden? In good design, the “bones” are the most important part, then the function or access […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Friends: This winter we can look forward to reading about an innovative garden project by cookiebuxton.com’s guest contributor Daryl D. Daryl is an Interior Designer, which partly explains her wonderful insight into the colours, textures, and contrasts that make a garden so appealing. In addition to her professional skill, Daryl has the eye of an […]Continue Reading... No Comments.