Homeowners Jerry and Sheila Davis want to turn the junkyard behind their garage into a whimsical, edible garden. Our Landscape Smart team gets it done in just two days.
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The stone walls also serve as planters for all kinds of organically grown herbs, squash, zucchini, tomatoes and peppers. Flowers that attract beneficial insects are included in the planting scheme.
Low-cost additions like cottage birdhouses and a rustic window box help carry the cottage-garden theme.
A backyard in disrepair is transformed into stylish garden suitable for the entire family.(5 photos)
An inviting, cottage-inspired garden combines lots of flagstone and colorful flower beds.(4 photos)