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Advice required for low maintenance raised beds?

Posted: 14/04/2013 at 17:53
Thanks guys, all very helpfull!

I'll be googling images all night now to find out what you're talking about haha!!

Once things are under way I'll post some pics for your perusal

Thank again

Fab

Advice required for low maintenance raised beds?

Posted: 13/04/2013 at 09:54
I'm having my front drive block paved with raised planters to the rear edges, although the infill will be predominantly gravelled, I'd like to break up the starkness with some cordylines and other similar plants. I'm a complete novice when it comes to plants, so im enquiring about some low shrubby / hardy plants that will last through all weathers and only require occasional trimming and not drop leaves in the gravel or on my drive? I like the manicured neatly trimmed look and wouldn't mind the occasional trimming of a plant to maintain the shape, but not conifers!! Thanks in advance, fabio...

Looking for hardy plants / advice please?

Posted: 13/04/2013 at 09:44
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Advice required for low maintenance raised beds?

I'm having my front drive block paved with raised planters to the rear edges, although the infill will be predominantly gravelled, I'd like to break up the starkness with some cordylines and other similar plants. I'm a complete novice when it comes to pla 
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Looking for hardy plants / advice please?

Im having the front drive block paved with some raised beds / planters to the rear edges, I'm looking to have the beds predominantly gravelled but wish to break up the starkness with a few low maintenance plants. Between work life and have 2 children unde 
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