I've inherited from the previous owner a garden that is on it's last legs & needs renewing. I'm comfortable with the digging/cutting back that's needed but the hard landscaping is the problem. The garden is on a slope and the curved flower beds have low retaining walls which are all cracked & broken due to tree roots. They need rebuilding but I have no funds for this. I'd also like to run a path to the back of the garden so I don't have to walk over a soggy lawn in winter. I'd also like to put a shed in the corner where there's currently an empty circular raised pond. Can you think of any crafty ways I can re-new the hard landscaping of this garden without paying £££ to a builder? I thought of those circular logs end-on to make retaining walls but they don't last long & the tree roots will be in the way..
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