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Handy Andy and Helping Hands
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Handy Andy and Helping Hands
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Green Team Solutions
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Small backyard make-over. Plants being laid-out according to plan before planting. Photo credit: Luc M. Limbourg
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Green Team Solutions
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Small backyard make-over. Plants, boulder and mulch installed Photo Credit: Luc M. Limbourg
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Green Team Solutions
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Small backyard make-over. Plants, boulder and mulch installed. Various types of Cordiline, Alocasia and bromeliads . Photo Credit: Luc M. Limbourg
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The Garden Route Company
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Mitchell Parker added this to 16 Ways to Get More From Your Small Backyard 5. Play with the angles. If you’ve got a small square spot to deal with, San
Get More From Your Small Backyard #3. Play with the angles. If you’ve got a small square spot to deal with, turning paving in a lateral direction to your property line can create more hardscape space. For the 25-foot by 30-foot backyard seen here, the paving was shifted 45 degrees
Succulents and the wood for the deck. Small space landscaping
Play with the angles. If you’ve got a small square spot to deal with, San Francisco landscape architect Rich
you’ve got a small backyard, the last thing you want to do is cram in a 10-person dining table. Instead, consider built-ins or extendable tables. Likewise, you won’t want to plant a tree that’s going to grow to 100 feet tall and completely overtake your yard. Here Radford smartly worked in small, native plants
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