A basic white aluminum fence with an enormous flowering shrub running along the length with tiny purple flowers. A farm-style wooden fence with moss growing on the uneven slats. Simple planting beds with daffodils have been planted on both sides of the fence. A long, white picket fence with beautiful landscaping along the length of it.
Put a vertical flower bed up against the fence behind your other flowers or hang them wherever you need just a splash of color. They are just as easy to care for as traditional beds and are much more unique.
Renidea wrote:If you're looking for a natural woodland look for the beds, is there any reason you're raising the beds in the first place? You could save money by keeping the bed flush with the ground and eliminate the worry about building up soil weight and drainage against the fence.
raised planter bed along fence I have a small about 16'x16' backyard that is boring. It is fenced all around 6' tall and is just a flat piece of mostly green grass.
Knowing basic design principles for flower beds that are tried and true will help you design a flower bed along your fence line that is pleasing to you as well as friends and family. Formal or Informal. A formal garden bed is symmetrical with straight lines and a very orderly pattern of neat, equally spaced rows.
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They have built a concrete flowerbed against the fence, and there're is no concrete boarder between the flower bed and the fence. They wanted to use the fence as the back side and have soil shoveled against it. OF course they also water it regularly, so the fence and the post have rotten away. They are not willing to pay/repair/discuss it.
That one spot--and only that one spot--rotted out. Without a doubt it was due to the dirt and constant moisture up against the fence. I have a raised bed along a 30' section of my fence. It is about one foot high. Along the fence I lined up a row of 8" X 8" X 16" concrete blocks. The kind they make walls out of.
Hi guys, We have already built a raised garden bed in the backyard, backing onto our existing paling fences. And we are looking to somehow build a back to the raised beds.
I recommend making beds 4 feet across if youll be accessing them from both sides; 2 or 3 feet if theyre against a fence. Make them any length that works for your space. When in doubt, I recommend a couple of 4×4 beds 2×6 if theyre against a fence .
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3 Build a Raised Flower Bed With Fence Planks; Most wood fences will not withstand the pressure of the soil, so a raised bed in front of a fence will need to be freestanding. Beds that can be
1. Measure the distance from the outside edges of two posts on the fence to determine the best length for the raised bed; this is usually about 8 feet long.