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Cerise R

11:31AM | 07/17/18
Member Since: 07/17/18
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sorry to post again, should have registered first...

as the trees around my condo patio (small, very small) have grown light no longer reaches the 20" band of soil that is an "L" shape on my side of the fence... I have a cement patio that I have painted to look like bricks... and, time to repaint... trying a new cement paint

I thought of filling it with bricks, I have two pails of Quickcrete in the garage (don't even remember what that project was going to be) or using paving slabs... and moss? will moss grow with no light? Is there something more interesting or creative I could do?

I liked the "rock" (one bag scattered) look but it is difficult to clean debris and doesn't look... well, would take tons to have that river rock look... maybe set the stones in pavers? but not sure the big squares is the look I want...

part of the "slab/brick" plan is to use cinderblocks, maybe painted.. to raise pots higher...

patio is going through a needed upgrade... a bit messy now
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