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DYCR304H_BYL-5-backyard-flower-beds_s4x3 Add architectural dimension and texture to your backyard by incorporating planters amongst a variety of plants and flowers. When using tall planters, like this contemporary metal pipe, fill the bottom with plastic bottles or metal cans to avoid using so much potting soil or compost. From: Yard Crashers
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Diy Backyard Landscaping

HSUPR105H_BYL-36-Backyard-putting-green_s4x3 For fun and games in your backyard create a putting green with real or synthetic turf. Authentic turf is typically bentgrass greens and is less expensive to install, but requires constant weed maintenance, fertilizing and irrigation. For a no-hassle, durable option, you may want to select synthetic. It’s a little more expensive up front, but less maintenance in the long run.
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Diy Backyard Landscaping

If your home is decorated in a shabby chic or a rustic way and you want to add some warmth and light to your backyard, then you should definitely consider these recycled wine bottle torches. Cheap, efficient and durable, these wine bottle torches can be places all over your backyard and they will lighten up your garden.
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Diy Backyard Landscaping

21. A tuna fish can, a PVC pipe, a dollar store vase, and a candle crafted together will create elegant walkway or patio lighting. View this image › inmyownstyle.com Get the DIY here. ID: 2832535
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Diy Backyard Landscaping

21. A tuna fish can, a PVC pipe, a dollar store vase, and a candle crafted together will create elegant walkway or patio lighting. View this image › inmyownstyle.com Get the DIY here.

Diy Backyard Landscaping

35. Hang dollar store solar lights on basket hooks. running-w-scissors.com decorateyourfence.com Apparently, you can get these solar lights at Family Dollar. They’re like pretty sconce light fixtures for your backyard! Plants look great hanging on them too, especially if you don’t have garden space for flowers. ID: 2842417
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Diy Backyard Landscaping

35. Hang dollar store solar lights on basket hooks. running-w-scissors.com decorateyourfence.com Apparently, you can get these solar lights at Family Dollar. They’re like pretty sconce light fixtures for your backyard! Plants look great hanging on them too, especially if you don’t have garden space for flowers.
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Diy Backyard Landscaping

Apparently, you can get these solar lights at Family Dollar. They’re like pretty sconce light fixtures for your backyard! Plants look great hanging on them too, especially if you don’t have garden space for flowers.
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5 Of 56 Colorful CornerNeed an easy way to add color to an overlooked corner your backyard? Old milks cans, chicken feeders, and galvanized mop buckets are just itching for new life as planters. Tour the rest of this creative garden. Organized Clutter
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Need an easy way to add color to an overlooked corner your backyard? Old milks cans, chicken feeders, and galvanized mop buckets are just itching for new life as planters. Tour the rest of this creative garden.
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Add architectural dimension and texture to your backyard by incorporating planters amongst a variety of plants and flowers. When using tall planters, like this contemporary metal pipe, fill the bottom with plastic bottles or metal cans to avoid using so much potting soil or compost.
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Think beyond sod and mulch for your backyard beds. Create a Caribbean oasis on a corner of your yard with a sand bed. Select a builder’s sand or sharp sand, which has a better drainage quality than river sand. Add a hammock, a few billowing trees and a bed of flowering plants to complete this tropical paradise.
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Sculpted shrubs create this English-inspired backyard design. To properly maintain this formal look, you should prune the hedges wider at the bottom than at the top. This bottom-heavy shape allows the sun to reach the base for new growth. Popular hedge shapes include a flattened pyramid, a topiary shape or the most popular, a rounded top, like shown here.
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For fun and games in your backyard create a putting green with real or synthetic turf. Authentic turf is typically bentgrass greens and is less expensive to install, but requires constant weed maintenance, fertilizing and irrigation. For a no-hassle, durable option, you may want to select synthetic. It’s a little more expensive up front, but less maintenance in the long run.
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Add architectural dimension and texture to your backyard by incorporating planters amongst a variety of plants and flowers. When using tall planters, like this contemporary metal pipe, fill the bottom with plastic bottles or metal cans to avoid using so much potting soil or compost. From: Yard Crashers
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DYCR310H_BYL-45-hammock-and-sand-bed_s4x3 Think beyond sod and mulch for your backyard beds. Create a Caribbean oasis on a corner of your yard with a sand bed. Select a builder’s sand or sharp sand, which has a better drainage quality than river sand. Add a hammock, a few billowing trees and a bed of flowering plants to complete this tropical paradise. From: Yard Crashers
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Think beyond sod and mulch for your backyard beds. Create a Caribbean oasis on a corner of your yard with a sand bed. Select a builder’s sand or sharp sand, which has a better drainage quality than river sand. Add a hammock, a few billowing trees and a bed of flowering plants to complete this tropical paradise. From: Yard Crashers
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DIND312H_BYL-22-sculpted-scrubs_s4x3 Sculpted shrubs create this English-inspired backyard design. To properly maintain this formal look, you should prune the hedges wider at the bottom than at the top. This bottom-heavy shape allows the sun to reach the base for new growth. Popular hedge shapes include a flattened pyramid, a topiary shape or the most popular, a rounded top, like shown here.
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This is a great backyard decoration idea, especially if you like to recycle “junk pieces” and to turn them into magnificent works of art. All you need is two old and shabby window frames (preferably rusty and with chipped paint, as that makes them look even older) and two mirrors. Incorporate the two mirrors into the window frames, then carefully hang them onto one of the sides of your garden shed, so that they reflect the woods, the corn field or the plain valleys. The view is outstanding!
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UPDATE: “We don’t think that this is a good backyard idea at all. The main reason is that birds will see the reflection of your garden and have no way of knowing that a solid surface – the mirror – is present. They will fly straight at it and, at the very least, be stunned but many may die from severe injuries such as broken necks sustained on impact.”
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Backyard Hacks So if you haven’t noticed, I am obsessed with Life Hacks. As a reminder, life hacking refers to any trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method that increases productivity and efficiency, in all walks of life. In other words, anything that solves an everyday problem in an inspired, ingenious manner. Well, I am moving …
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There are many advantages to owning a home, but being able to customize it may be one of the best. If you’re handy with a hammer (and honestly even if you’re not) some of these craft projects can take your backyard this summer from “blah” to “WOW THAT IS AWESOME.” Thanks to many creative people on the Internet, we have discovered some pretty genius ideas for projects you can work on in your back yard this summer. Check them out!
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There are many advantages to owning a home, but being able to customize it may be one of the best. If you’re handy with a hammer (and honestly even if you’re not) some of these craft projects can take your backyard this summer from “blah” to “WOW THAT IS AWESOME.” Thanks to many creative people on the Internet, we have discovered some pretty genius ideas for projects you can work on in your back yard this summer. Check them out! 1.) Set up a lounge movie theater in the back yard using floor cushions. 2.) Plant giant allium flowers to make your back yard look like something out of Dr. Seuss. 3.) Build a simple treehouse for kids or adults.

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