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Use cement or stone bricks to edge your garden — the lawn mower can cut right up to the edge! | 41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

Concrete Cloth - A flexible fabric impregnated with a special pre-mixed cement that hardens when it’s hydrated. So not only does it make creating irregularly shaped items out of concrete a lot easier, like say shelters, ditches, retaining walls, pond linings and chairs, but unlike a regular concrete mix you can’t use too much water, so it’s idiot-proof as well.

DIY solar powered repurposed chandelier. How romantic for an outdoor wedding or party. Replace the bulbs with dollar store solar outdoor lights. Use any light fixture you like and decorate it any way you like.

Outdoor solar-powered-lamp using PVC pipe, solar powered light, and lampshade

creeks and dry creek beds look so cute in a front yard - these are a great idea for under a downspout. That way it fills up once in a while

Dry stream. I did this at my last house. Buried rain spouts collectively drained into stone creek bed. creek bed drained into commercial drain where 4 properties met. It looked beautiful and no erosion.

20 plants that can handle foot traffic (for garden pathways)

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Cool site! Lays out exactly what to plant and how to plant it for neat combinations in containers.

Plant lemon grass in big pots for the patio... it repels mosquitoes and it grows tall

Birdcage planter it! Get the small gray birdcage out of the craft closet, repaint it and pop it on the porch table (or hang on back porch by seating area.

Use an inexpensive grapevine wreath and a flowerpot saucer to create a bird bath or feeder.

DIY- Seasonal Welcome Post~ Change out the sign for the season or holiday.

DIY doors into shelf, hooks, bench, and cubby- like this one @Mary Lankford