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Monday, April 6, 2015

PLAN FOR WESTERN RAISED BEDS

Something new, that more interesting...
I want to 'a new look' of my back yard, especially the western raised beds.


Not just interesting, but it must be beautiful and productive too.
I have to think hard.
Needs so many inspirations to make over this part.


I have thought about a simple make over, especially about the lay out of the planting row, mix planting, plant combination between perennial and annual, and of course the shape and also the color. 


I don't want to change the existing raised beds.
Maybe just move the pots and other containers.


This current time, perennial is dominating this part.
I think I can do more 'action' with annual, than perennial.
Add new 'comer' into the raised bed, may be a good idea.


Reader, do you have any ideas about making over the raised bed.


More beautiful... more productive...

7 comments:

  1. Endah,
    I am delighted with your garden.
    You have a interesting plants.
    Best Regard.

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  2. I wish you luck though it always looks and sounds so productive to me!! Love the climber you have in that pot! Wishing you a wonderful week!! Nicole xo

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    1. Thank you, Nicole. Have a great week, friend!

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  3. I'm not sure if you like Swiss chard (also known as beetroot) or how it would grow in your climate, but there are several amazingly beautiful varieties with vibrantly coloured leaves; you harvest them on a cut-and-come-again basis and the harvest can last for several months.

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    1. Sorry - that should be it is "also known as silverbeet", not beetroot!

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    2. Thank you, Margaret. I have ever grown Swiss chard on pots on my terrace garden, but I have never try to grow them on the ground. Sound so interesting, I think that's a good idea. Thank you for the advice.

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