mediterranean backyard video   Me:  This is a whole site called The Landscape Design Site.com Has a large menu.

mediterranean backyard video Me: This is a whole site called The Landscape Design Site.com Has a large menu.

I've killed every plant I've ever touched, but this is so beautiful it makes me want to try really hard just so I can put this in my backyard.

I've killed every plant I've ever touched, but this is so beautiful it makes me want to try really hard just so I can put this in my backyard.

Make a Statement  A collection of cheery signs helps set the tone and adds a playful dose of color. The Langes grow a lot of plants for foliage rather than flowers.        Test Garden Tip: Pay attention to plants when planning your backyard. Big, bold tropicals create one look; select lavender, sage, and other silvery-leaf plants for a Mediterranean feel.

Make a Statement A collection of cheery signs helps set the tone and adds a playful dose of color. The Langes grow a lot of plants for foliage rather than flowers. Test Garden Tip: Pay attention to plants when planning your backyard. Big, bold tropicals create one look; select lavender, sage, and other silvery-leaf plants for a Mediterranean feel.

Contemporary Landscape/Yard with Emsco 24 in. x 24 in. High-Density Plastic Resin Extra-Large Paver Pad, Gate, Fence, Pathway

Contemporary Landscape/Yard with Emsco 24 in. x 24 in. High-Density Plastic Resin Extra-Large Paver Pad, Gate, Fence, Pathway

Dear Lottery Fairy,  Will you please hurry up? I would love this for the summer.... sincerely Me

Dear Lottery Fairy, Will you please hurry up? I would love this for the summer.... sincerely Me

Dogs feel it’s their job to patrol the perimeters of the yard. Rather than fight this instinct, include a running space at or near the edge of your yard and add a clearly designed route to get to it. Make the route straight or softly curving; your dog will probably cut the corner rather than make a 90-degree turn.

Dogs feel it’s their job to patrol the perimeters of the yard. Rather than fight this instinct, include a running space at or near the edge of your yard and add a clearly designed route to get to it. Make the route straight or softly curving; your dog will probably cut the corner rather than make a 90-degree turn.

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