Garden Bench Lowes – Benches, hills, and slopes present challenges for homeowners because these rugged landscape areas are more difficult to walk in level areas. Digging the bank floor removes the roots of the grass and weeds that help keep the soil in place, so the efforts of homeowners gardening should include measures of erosion prevention. Although slightly challenging, you will be able to take advantage of the space of the gardening in the banks for what they contribute to the appearance of the landscape.
The addition of a retaining wall allows you to cut into the bank to add more ground level at the base of the bank. Owner of a house built retaining walls should be maintained at a maximum height of 3 feet to ensure safety. Your area may require a permit and a contractor to build higher walls. Stone retaining walls give the bench a natural appearance and stones are often affordable or easy to acquire for free.
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Create several terraces, supported on the bench for use as a garden space. Make the terraces about 3 feet high and use retaining walls to retain the soil in each level. Plant your favorite flowers at multiple levels so that each species of flowers can be clearly seen. Terraces offer a prominent space to move for your favorite garden sculptures, a fountain or even an entertainment space.