We often see those 1-foot tall brick or wood type structures circling around trees in a park or the school grounds. These low retaining walls works wonders in letting you keep some much needed greenery around your property, while still being able to pave the land for other purposes, like a driveway.
If you are ready to add curb appeal to your property, don’t worry!
We’ll teach you how to build a retaining wall around a tree. We’ll be working with stone, and doing the stack and cement method, which is easy to follow even for those who are just starting out with DIY home improvement projects.
First, here are the things you will need:
Once all your materials and tools are ready, just follow the easy steps we laid out below!
Continue to add layers until your desired height, then let the cement cure for about the week. Afterwards, you should add backfill using soil or compost.
Finally, you can choose to paint, stain, or decorate your wall however you like!