We are doing this in our backyard - we already have the terraced steps and slope - just need to find a slide that's long enough...
Create a Private Getaway A bench shaded by a rose-covered pergola creates a fragrant destination on this hillside. A matching railing leads the way to the oasis and provides a more secure means to traverse the slope. A white lattice fence complements the structure and adds a feeling of enclosure./Garden Room Galleries/BHG
Working through 30 years of summer breaks and then retirement, two Iowa teachers molded an empty backyard into an A landscape. Strolling through their gardens offers lessons in creating a great yard with a limited budget and lots of patience.
two levels of colored concrete. The Byrnes use the upper terrace mostly for dining and hanging out; three steps down, a built-in bench invites guests to lounge around the firepit. A gappy ipe fence gives a sense of spaciousness while preserving privacy. Low-care plants, such as autumn moor grass, Mexican weeping bamboo, and yucca, soften the angular design.
Since the veggies will be on a terraced portion of the backyard, I really like this idea to make it a bit more vertical--plus add some visual interest
Want to try growing some veggies on your terrace, patio, roof, or backyard? Planting in 5-gallon buckets is a great way to try it out. Easy to find, cheap or free, and this article will tell you all you need to know to get started.