|Tony Flow MMMM ||09-01-2013 11:09 AM |
Flower bed shape question.
I'll be home in a few mins to take a picture which will explain everything.. Next weekends project is going to be fixing up this garden. Reshaping and mulching. The landscaping contractors (hired by builder new home) left the soil sloping onto the concrete which I felt was not right so I pushed that back, anyways here's the real question..
The flower bed protrudes further from the wall on the two sides left and right, and is thinner in the middle. I see what they were going for but I'm not sure if I should reshape it to just follow the straight cement line or try to grow grass where there is currently just mud. It's very small so I'm not sure if grass would be a good idea or work..
|Tituscrow ||09-01-2013 11:13 AM |
Grow it in the shape of a pentagram.
|fdeck ||09-01-2013 12:00 PM |
I would not put in grass (due to the hassle of keeping it mowed) but perhaps some nice perennial ground cover. What kind? Depends on your climate. Go to the garden store and tell the that you want: Low maintenance ground cover. Oh, and cheap. Don't forget cheap.
|placedesjardins ||09-01-2013 08:28 PM |
What about gravel/colored stones.
|Zooberwerx ||09-01-2013 09:22 PM |
Perfect for burying a body. Hides the evidence and in about 3 years the vegetation will get real
green. Just sayin'...
Today was "Hitchcock" day on Turner Classic Movies.
|nortonrider ||09-01-2013 09:27 PM |
dig it up and pour a slab.
|bassteban ||09-02-2013 09:11 AM |
Tomatoes, bell peppers, onion, cilantro. Salsa in the fall
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