Inger Jorddal
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Vertical wire is another great option for a garden trellis. Attach sticks on either end to stake into the ground and put on the edge of whichever plants need a little help. If you have a privacy fence in your backyard, this idea will spruce up the space w

Like the look of these over typical trellis for vertical growing. perfect for small gardens where there isnt much space – grow upwards instead of out!

Vertical wire is another great option for a garden trellis. Attach sticks on either end to stake into the ground and put on the edge of whichever plants need a little help. If you have a privacy fence in your backyard, this idea will spruce up the space w

Like the look of these over typical trellis for vertical growing. perfect for small gardens where there isnt much space – grow upwards instead of out!

How to be a Lazy Gardener: 22 Tips to save you time, effort, and money in the garden. Pictured here: how to create a No-Dig bed for growing vegetables

How to be a Lazy Gardener: 22 Tips to save you time, effort, and money in the garden. Pictured here: how to create a No-Dig bed for growing vegetables {Pictured is No Dig Vegetable Garden}

Autumn Moor Grass (Sesleria autumnalis) with Salvia. Potters Fields Park, London. Piet Oudolf, garden designer.

Autumn Moor Grass (Sesleria autumnalis) with Salvia. Potters Fields Park, London design by Piet Oudolf. Shouldn't a Moor grow Moor Grass?

FARMHOUSE GARDEN Location: UK Designer: Nicholsons Garden Design & Landscaping based in Bicester, Oxfordshire.

Garden design portfolio: Nicholsons Garden Design, Oxfordshire Looks like catmint, penstemon 'midnight', ladys mantle, and a dark pink rose.