When it comes to using gabion in gardens, we most commonly meet smaller gabion supporting walls, gabion garden furniture, and different forms of gabion flowerbeds serving ornamental functions. The most widely used gabion supporting wall in gardens is 1 metre in height and 50 cm in width. By placing gabion cages next to each other, we can construct varied, possibly arched paths. High-built gabion flowerbeds can be aesthetical parts of the garden and can also spare the owner from having to bow all the time!
Due to their weight, we do not move gabion garden furniture: they stay outside in summer and in winter. In contrast to other furniture materials, gabion does not require maintenance but it still provides a durable solution.