- Tiered Flowerbeds
Whether you’ve got a sloping block or not, these walls can be used to create tiered flowerbeds. Not only will the varying height levels add some interest to your landscape, if you do have a sloping block they can be used to flatten out an area at the top or bottom (usually for lawn).
- Lined Driveway
When you have a sloped block of land, the orientation sometimes means that your driveway has to be cut into the ground. These walls can be used to line the driveway, holding back the soil on the higher side and protecting the lower side from wearing away.
- Private Oasis
If privacy is a problem for your property, retaining walls could be just the solution you’re looking for. By stacking the baskets up on the affected side, they can block the prying eyes of your neighbours and provide you with a private oasis where you can do whatever you want.
- Vertical Gardens
The great thing about these walls is that they can be used as vertical gardens. They’re perfect if you have a courtyard or small block of land without much room for flowerbeds. Soil filled containers sit within the stones, ensuring that vegetation can take root without obstruction.
- Landscape Features
If you really want to add a point of interest to your landscape, you could consider using these walls in the construction of an outdoor fireplace or water feature. They are strong enough to support the fireplace and permeable enough for water to run through without issue.