10-08-2018. Season 20, Episode 5. October 8, 2018. Ron lends a hand in designing and building a multi-level backyard fountain using plastic pond liners and retaining wall blocks.
Build a Long-Lasting Retaining Wall. Anyone with a strong back can stack up a bunch of blocks and build a pretty retaining wall. But it takes skill and planning to construct an attractive wall that can also handle immense pressure, shrug off the forces of gravity, stand for decades and laugh in the face of Mother Nature.
Lyndsey Young, Queen of Easy Green building a garden border retaining wall / path edging using recycled mixed plastic ogee interlocking palisades from Kedel Ltd
Ron lends a hand in designing and building a multi-level backyard fountain using plastic pond liners and retaining wall blocks. Then he demonstrates a tool that takes the guess work out of cutting
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A retaining wall made from Plastic bottles at the Bath Primary and they can do it in their homes or schools,” Mrs. Edmondson-Edwards says proudly. project using plastic bottles to build a retaining wall at the front of the
How to Build a Stackable Block Retaining Wall Stackable stone walls create a nice border and increase lawn or garden space. Retaining walls can be a great way not only to help with erosion and water drainage, but also to create beautiful, usable garden space.
Roger Cook helps two homeowners build a raised garden bed using composite landscape timbers made from recycled plastic and sawdust. In the Ask This Old House loft, Roger shows Kevin O'Connor In the Ask This Old House loft, Roger shows Kevin O'Connor