Learn how to build your very own Ramada and stay cool in the shade in your backyard. Landscape Architect, Pete Curé gives you design tips and shows how to build your own ramada this video from Step Outside.

Learn how to build your very own Ramada and stay cool in the shade in your backyard. Landscape Architect, Pete Curé gives you design tips and shows how to build your own ramada this video from Step Outside.

The “curtains” are cotton/linen flat sheets I found on clearance for $5 at a local outlet hemmed to the height of the cabana and hung with simple rings. Both the curtains and the cover come down in autumn when it rains, then I imagine the metal structure will look fantastic all lit up with a ton of twinkle lights.

The “curtains” are cotton/linen flat sheets I found on clearance for $5 at a local outlet hemmed to the height of the cabana and hung with simple rings. Both the curtains and the cover come down in autumn when it rains, then I imagine the metal structure will look fantastic all lit up with a ton of twinkle lights.

Blue My Mind™ Evolvulus (Dwarf Morning Glory) - Its drought, heat, and humidity tolerance makes it an excellent choice for gardeners with extreme temps. Loves full sun and is an annual except in zones 9 to 11. Is an exceptional spiller in container gardens.

Blue My Mind® - Dwarf Morning Glory - Evolvulus hybrid

Blue My Mind™ Evolvulus (Dwarf Morning Glory) - Its drought, heat, and humidity tolerance makes it an excellent choice for gardeners with extreme temps. Loves full sun and is an annual except in zones 9 to 11. Is an exceptional spiller in container gardens.

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