The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

Triangular flower beds fit very well where the paths converge,
at the corners of the fence, or between the walls of the house.

That’s how salvia and seaside cineraria took their angle.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

In the foreground is a triangle of yellow marigolds.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

A triangular flowerbed is surrounded by greenery.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

It’s not easy to grow such a flower bed. After all, each species
requires separate care.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

Garden of roses. All flowerbeds are framed by hedges.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

Small wooden flower beds are perfect for the garden. They can be
arranged together and individually.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

Placing a flowerbed in sharp corners helps to cope with the
lawn. Not all places will pass the lawn mower.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

A triangular flowerbed with a triangular pattern.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

How well this flowerbed looks in a wooden frame.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

The tracks left a place for this beauty.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

Retaining walls have created a cozy and sheltered corner to
accommodate this beauty.

The flowerbed is triangular in shape. The best flower beds (11 photos)

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