Small Back Yard Landscaping
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People think you can only have a beautiful backyard only if you have a big one. Not true. You can still have a beautiful, cozy backyard if you have…well, a backyard. These are beautiful ideas and designs for a small backyard you can use to change or renew the old space you have in the back of your house.
Create a garden paradise, an escape, an oasis in your yard by constructing intersecting trails, meandering streams, inspiring vistas, and hidden rooms. Design small hideaways where people can gather for drinks and try mixing formal with informal for stimulating visual tension. Each turn of the pathway brings its own lovely garden vignette.
Pink dogwoods thrive in US zones 5 - 9. Plant partial shade. Dig a hole as deep and twice as wide as the root ball. Mix half your native soil with loose, rich garden soil or compost. Make a small mound in the center of the hole. Soak the root ball in water for an hour before planting. Set the tree in the hole. Make sure that it is straight.
Lawn & Garden; 7 Easy Budget-Friendly Backyard Makeovers Whether you have a small yard, or a property where acreage is no object, you can enhance your lawn and garden in a number of ways.
A cheap landscaping idea that creates great visual impact is the use of pavers and ground cover. If you have unused ground space in your yard or bare earth you'd like to cover up, use recycled or broken pavers in a mosaic pattern of your choice. Plant moss or creeping sedum between the seams for contrast.