"yes..., I agree. I am of the same mindset. no tilling, no hoeing.., no plowing. spend your time considering different ideas or crops. I'm guessing the pvc needs to be replaced every so often, so beyond that, very sustanable."
"If your raised-bed planters have sufficient height, you shouldn't need to worry about the root system penetrating below the raised-bed line. (12" seems to be the standard for semi sophisticated roots systems) If not, you do not want to…"
"thank you..., Well...., it would never have been created if I had to pay for it at the time. It was all scrap leftovers from a vinyl installation. Nice thing about raised-beds, you can make them out of just about anything and have great results. As…"
"Christine, one way to do it.., is treat it like a sprinkler system. Stub up in each box with your 1/2 inch sprinkler pvc, then when you decide what is going where, you can run your drip lines accordingly."
"Hi Michael, no we don't need to paint every year in that the planters are made out of vinyl material. The sides are the same slats/pickets that you would find in a vinyl fence. We cut everything down and fabricate the pieces to come up with…"
Stephen, I love water gardens; don't have room for many. Love getting new ideas; I'm about half water garden, half cactus gardens. You can spend as much or as little time working on your water gardens as you like, just have to have the right design and balance.
The St. Louis Water Gardening Society will present its 15th annual water garden and pond tour, Pond-O-Rama, Saturday, June 27 and Sunday, June 28 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The 2015 tour has 45 private gardens owned and maintained by Society…
"Hi Shelley. Glad you asked. Hope you can grow these. That one is Marshmallow, the old fashioned large flowered variety. It actually has the faintest touch of pink in the center of all those skirts. . ."