Side Yard Garden for Shade Have you been wondering what to do with the shady area along your house? Try this garden plan perfect for long and narrow shaded side yards. It's filled with great, easy-growing plants to enjoy through the seasons. Garden size: 26 by 10 feet. Gardens Ideas, Shady Area, Cottages Gardens, Side Gardens, Side Yards, Shades Plants, Yards Gardens, Gardens Plans, Shades Gardens
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side yard idea - the curve of the path adds interest and takes the eye around the garden, not just straight down.
Tame a Slope: If you have a sloping side yard, make it easy to mow by getting rid of the grass. Simple paving options along with some low-maintenance plants make it a breeze to keep up -- and easy on the eyes. Garden Tip: Keep your slope from eroding by starting out with a good layer of mulch or groundcovers beneath your other plants.
Add Windows If your space is small, create windows, as seen in this gate, and vary the height of your plants or structures. That will give the area some visual relief -- and give your yard a playful quality.
Project 1: Garden Fence Two ways to brighten your fences and keep curious critters at bay. Here's what you need: * Materials: 4x8 preassembled wood fence panel * 4x4 fence post * 1x4 lumber, 8-foot * 1x1 furring strips * Metal post holders * Deck screws * 25-...
Side Yard: After The doors that were white were turned into this..with green doors and a garden. So doing this in my home
Spread mulch over the paths between your raised beds and your feet will stay clean, no matter how wet the weather. Because you won't walk on the beds, you'll be able to run out to grab a handful of fresh basil for dinner without worrying about compacting the soil.