Category Archives: Garden structure

Revised and renewed trellis

A couple years ago I made a simple Black locust trellis to support two newly planted Coral honeysuckle vines (Lonicera sempervirens).  I have read many times that Black locust is a long-lasting wood that does not decompose quickly and therefore … Continue reading

Posted in Garden structure, Vines | Leave a comment

Creating a hoop house (eventually)

I want to have fresh greens during the winter season without having to go outside to cover a lot of vegetable beds (in the bitter cold and wind) prior to bad weather setting in . . . and then going … Continue reading

Posted in Conscious nature collaboration, Garden structure, Vegetable garden | 1 Comment

Creating new bed with nature

There’s an area of grass that I’ve been wanting to convert to some more beds.  I finally started turning over the soil and removing the grass this summer.  Next, I opened a coning with the Deva of the Gardens and … Continue reading

Posted in Conscious nature collaboration, Flowers, Garden structure, Herbal medicine making, Native plants | Leave a comment

Trellis play

Check out the trellis I made with green limbs of black locust.  It is wire-tied to some T-posts driven into the ground.  Bentwood trellis work intrigues me and I wanted to apply it within my landscape.  This trellis supports a … Continue reading

Posted in Flowers, Garden structure, Native plants | Leave a comment