L-shaped bench. Protect privacy - Pay attention to backgrounds. Mullins put a planter in the backside of the bench and filled it with Pittosporum tenuifolium, both to be a soft shield for anyone who sits there—and to add silver sheen to the space.
Concrete herb planters elevate plants resulting in a more dramatic visual impact and allow a garden where it was not possible before, like on the back patio. Best of all, harvest herbs without bending or stooping for each snippet. Photo – Annette O’Brien