Who says a garden bed is only for the ground? Make the most out of your small space with a vertical garden bed. The plant options are endless!
This old tree stump could be a nuisance to remove, so why not use it as a point of adverse visual interest?
These low-maintenance and easy-care plants pair perfectly in a simple rock garden bed to create a unique look.
Adding a seating area to these raised beds brings color and vibrance to your social area, not to mention a place to show off your best flowering plants.
These logs serve as a great natural border and bring an organic appeal like the log and tree stump beds.
Harvest your food with a humble garden made of vegetables and herbs! You can do them in vertical structures, too.
Take away bright contrasts and introduce light contrasts that blend well with vintage scenes and modern architecture with a monochromatic flower bed.
If you're a naturalist gardener, plant flowers to attract butterflies and bees. They are not only aesthetic but will also help pollinate flowers of food plants!
Enhance the visual effect of flower beds with trellises! Creepers, Ivy, and other climbers will make a stunning low, maintenance showpiece!
The humble old wheelbarrow, with vintage tools, can create an interesting vintage gardening scene in your garden as a focal point.