Growing plants in bales of straw is a great way to create a raised garden space that can be moved anywhere.
Today I put the final touches on one of my jobs and I can now share it with you all. Loved using the Flinders console from @globewest for the foyer, I never get tired of this piece. Afterwards I received a beautiful message from my client saying "Thank you again for everything lovely!! You are truly one talented woman, I'm so glad I got you to redo our place as its now finally our home. I still smile when I walk around as its really been a transformation!! It was such a pleasure to work with…
Tutorials and ideas on how to create magical living structures such as grape tunnel, bean teepee, grass sofa, willow dome, living fence, and much more! - A Piece Of Rainbow http://www.apieceofrainbow.com/10-amazing-living-structures/
colorful salad garden. which I will likely never have, due to my inability to keep plants alive.
Living Fences - Osage orange trees (Maclura pomifera), also called hedge apple or horse apple. For an incredibly tough, enduring windbreak that’s a major player in a local ecology, probably nothing surpasses Osage orange.
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You think English is easy? This is cute and funny and silly and true. For the life of me I will never understand the abject hostility of some of the commenters. So don't read the comments.