A sloped garden can be difficult to landscape. Look online for sloped garden plans to help you design the look and function of your garden. This one combines gravel and large cedar planks for a staircase that is beautiful and easy to create.
Boulders and stone slab steps offer a unique and eye-pleasing way to manage a sloping garden. A tiny-leaf ground cover fills in the bare spots and adds texture and color.
This stunning backyard space features rows and rows of gardens, each sloped a few feet lower than the last. Green bushes and brightly colored flowers pop against the stonework. Landscaping has been built into the larger walkways, keeping them from getting monotonous. A lounge chair has also been added, making it easy to take in […]
The trip down this sloped garden is well worth the walk. A gorgeous stone patio awaits those who reach the bottom. The patio area is decked out with flowers, plants and a charming fountain.
One of the more extreme deer fences we’ve highlighted, this solution will keep deer, people and just about everything else out. Nine rows of barbed-wire cover beams set at a 45 degree angle. I’ll just checkout that garden from over here, thanks.
This fence may not be much to look at, but it gets the job done. Metal slats easily attach to wood posts for a quick and strong solution that works well for larger spaces.
You may not want to put up a deer fence. But since you have it, you might as well make it look nice. This stylish deer fence adds a gate with a decorative diamond pattern.
This beautiful outdoor space presents an elegant solution to a common problem. This owner has created an incredibly attractive fence designed for keeping deer out of a garden area. The fence features large, natural wooden posts. Thick wire ensures animals are kept out while allowing everyone a nice look in. Over time, some pleasant greenery has […]
Deer me! This is one good-looking fence. Lovely stained cedar provides the framework. Wire fencing allows onlookers a view of the garden while keep unwanted animals and pests away.
This fence combines both looks and ease of assembly. Simple wooden planks run horizontally across the garden area. The planks can be easily nailed to each corner post. Despite its simplicity, the end result looks great.