Help! I Need a Summer Backyard Makeover – Giveaway

by Silvia on June 25, 2012 · 630 comments

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So it’s time to share my new assignment as a Lowe’s Creative Ideas Network Member.  Have you seen my kids’ room makeover? How about my curb appeal makeover?  Well, now it’s time to tackle the backyard and get it summer ready, wooo hoooo, I have two months to complete the project, June and July, so far my husband has been working very hard on the sprinklers, some of them are not showing up when we turn the water on!  So basically my backyard still looks the same.  Let me show you how it looks right now.

Lots of cables from lights that used to work 10 years ago.

As you can see little grass (what there is is new!) and few plants.

Lots of pots, chairs covered in spider webs and rocks without a home.

This is my covered patio and my very neglected grass (the green parts are recently arrived).

As you can see it needs a lot of work, I’m lost! I need to choose an area and make it pretty, don’t you think? Do you have any ideas or tips? What do you think I should do?

 

I want to invite you to sign up for the Lowe’s Creative Ideas Magazine, it’s free! Also, check out Lowe’s at Pinterest, a great resource for ideas and pics to get you started on your own projects at home, and don’t miss the Lowe’s Creative Ideas website where you can find all kinds of great ideas.

Of course I have a giveaway today!

Win it!

Lowe’s has generously offered one (1) $100 Lowe’s Gift Card for one lucky Mama Latina Tips Reader!  How cool is that? And participating for the chance to win is easy.  You just need to leave me a comment with your tips or ideas on what I should do to make my backyard fabulous (within a budget! lets say $250-300), that’s it! That is your required entry.

Would you like more opportunities to win? I have a few of those, too! These entries are optional:

Enter for the chance to win 1 $100 Lowe’s gift card @mamalatina http://bit.ly/LMI7Nv #LowesCreator

(one tweet per day, just please leave me a comment for each with the link of the tweet) 1 entry per tweet.

Please leave me a comment for your required entry and for each option (1,2, 3, 4 and/or 5), so I know how many entries you have, thanks.

This giveaway will end on Friday, July 13th, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. PST. No purchase necessary. Open to US residents only. Winner will be randomly chosen and notified via email. Winner must respond to notification email within 3 days or a new winner will be chosen. Void where prohibited. Entries/Comments that do not follow the submission guidelines will be invalid. Have fun and good luck!

 Disclosure: I am a Lowe’s Creative Ideas ambassador.

 

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June 25, 2012 at 9:07 pm ellen 1

If it were me, I would begin with the covered patio and make it the beginning and an oasis. Clean it up and then add some nice potted plants- paint the containers festive colors or buy them. Either replace the plastic table/chairs or if there is a hole for an umbrella, add an umbrella so you can enjoy the outdorrs again.

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June 25, 2012 at 9:50 pm Meghan Finley 4

Find a central point and work around it. Takes up space and doesn’t make to worry about the little stuff

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June 26, 2012 at 12:14 am ellen 9
June 26, 2012 at 7:51 am Mami2jcn 10

Strategically placed colorful plants make a backyard look great!

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June 26, 2012 at 9:57 am Elena 16

I would add some grass and flowers

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June 26, 2012 at 10:48 am Ellen b 22

some plants – flowers and maybe try to grow some veggies

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June 26, 2012 at 10:57 am Margaret 27

Flowers, flowers, flowers! Flowers are cheap and really change the feel of any setting. I think getting a patio umbrella and a few chairs would make it relaxed too. And if there’s any leftover money, string up some outdoor lights! :)

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June 26, 2012 at 11:18 am Amy Orvin 28

Some nice grass and flowers planted would be nice.
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June 26, 2012 at 12:04 pm Cindy Lou 33

I would fix the sprinkler, put grass in, clean and decorate all your pots (have the kids sponge paint for summer art) & fill pots with colorful flowers.

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June 26, 2012 at 1:14 pm Jessica T. 37

I would work on the patio area and make it a comfy place to hang out. I like nicely placed shrubs or rose bushes in my yard.

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June 26, 2012 at 4:13 pm Jennifer Marie 38

My suggestion would be lots of colorful flowers. I think a yard looks great when there is a lot of contrasting colors.

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June 26, 2012 at 4:14 pm Jennifer Marie 39
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June 27, 2012 at 11:33 am Elena 43
June 27, 2012 at 1:37 pm Stacey B 44

If it were my backyard, I’d use pavers to make a grilling area, surrounded with nice landscaping and a water fountain.

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June 27, 2012 at 2:11 pm steph 49

id probably add a veggie garden and use the remaining $ on a colorful bench!

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June 27, 2012 at 3:01 pm Ellen B 52
June 27, 2012 at 5:16 pm Wendy T 53

I wish I could do it for you. I love this stuff!

I’d plant some hostas between the wooden fence and pavers. Then I’d buy a plant shelf and some flowers to fill up all those clay pots I see. Put the pots and the shelf on the patio area as a focal point. Get some grass seed and water it every single day. And then some mulch.

I think that’d be a decent start within the budget you have.

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the dollar store has some really great backyard stuff like statues and waterfalls.. i would check there!

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I would add some bright flowers!

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First I would add grass seed and get the grass growing and then I would make borders around the edges and fill them with dirt and add flowers or some herbs.

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My tip is to add more grass.

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July 1, 2012 at 6:23 am amy pugmire 109

I would say plant some grass seeds in the dead spots. trim some of the trees and bushes and plant some flowers maybe add some wood chips or rocks on the edge

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July 1, 2012 at 1:14 pm Ashley Hatten 120

Personally, I think I would do a Thompson’s waterseal on the fence and maybe stain it..it would make it look so much better! we did ours and I can’t believe the results…thanks so much!
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make a little water fountain

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July 1, 2012 at 6:17 pm Tabathia B 134

I think purchasing some seeds for the soil or either adding flower bushes
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July 1, 2012 at 10:34 pm Laura Jacobson 140

I would make some flower beds to bring lots of color…get some of that black plastic to put down first so the weeds dont come thru…put some black dirt on top and plant lots of pretty flowers! Maybe get some stain for the fence….some morning glories would be perfect for your trellis! Would be so pretty and colorful with them climbing it!

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I think maybe plant some flowers and get a new patio set.

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I think it would be nice if you painted your privacy fence with a bright color and then do use some kind of pattern or stencil on it to make it unique.

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I would reseed the grass :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

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I would put in stones instead of grass and make a walkway area leading to a fountain display.

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July 10, 2012 at 8:21 am Margaret Smith 256

I would reseed and fertilize your grass areas and place boarders around with stone.

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July 10, 2012 at 8:43 am christina givens 261

Think ground cover! stones, creeping thyme, a few well placed potted plants.

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July 10, 2012 at 9:16 am Chrystal D 262

I’d paint that fence a BRIGHT color and add some flowers & plants, definitely!

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July 10, 2012 at 9:35 am Adrienne gordon 263

Add some blueberry/strawberry plants, cheap, they look nice and you get food out of it

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July 10, 2012 at 9:41 am alyce poalillo 264

Really needs some color-plants/flowers and I would add some colorful cushions for those plastic chairs. Maybe some hanging lights as well-they have some that are very colorful.

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I think some flowers could make all the difference

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I need to see more green. That would be refreshing to my eyes. I would start by coming up with a watering system to keep the existing plants and grass you already have alive.

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July 10, 2012 at 11:48 am Heather M 270

You need to get a pretty patio set and some flowers! That’s it. It would make the world of difference. Plus maybe some grass seed!

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Just add some color, border around plants and some nice chairs.

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You should get flowers and grass :)

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I would put a swinging chair by the palm tree and add some exotic flowers.

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July 10, 2012 at 1:04 pm steffany813 282

I have a hard time with grass so I’d maybe section off big pieces with a cheap border and use lots of gravel or something that won’t die for bedding. Then pick a part and find low maintenance plants that are super full so they cover lots of space. Also I like Kathys swing idea.

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I’d like to put something like patio stone around my fire pit instead of just grass.

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Add a small raised bed for vegetables.

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would out in some stepping stones and a few flower beds or even a small vegetable garden

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Invest in some landscape timbers, landscape tarp and some perennials (leave space for the perennials to divide). The tarp will eliminate the need to weed and your watering will be much more efficient. If you have leftover money, use it for annuals for constant color.

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Could you lay the weed proof mesh down around the trees and plants and rock that in with colored gravel and let grass grow in what is left of the yard?

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well I don’t know a thing about backywards because I live in the city in an apartment but I’d say that you need new grass :)

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One of the most cost effective ways to make your backyard beautiful on a budget, that is also LOW maintenance, is a ‘zen’ garden, as it’s mainly a rock garden and you can keep the water element simple like a backyard fountain! Please be sure to post the ‘after’ pics, can’t wait to see what you opted to do!

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YOU NEED SOME COLOR … ADD SOME BLOOMING FLOWERS AND A WATER FOUNTAIN

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Paving stones for a new patio are an easy and inexpensive way to make it look better and be more functional.

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More shade plants/trees would help block that summer sun and help keep the grass greener and plants healthy.

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I think I would just start by filling all those pots with red geraniums and go from there.

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I’d plant some fruit plants, like strawberries. We’ve gotten a great crop this year and it adds green to your yard

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I’d build a pergola.

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You should turn your backyard into a boho wonderland. Lots of creature comforts like hammocks, oversized pillows, and accented candle stands would look romantic yet modern.

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July 11, 2012 at 8:20 am randall robison 349

First i would start out by planning the lay out of the yard. I would buy a couple of big bags of grass seed. its very easy to plant.i would also buy some big bags of the pee gravel or river rocks make an easy walkway to a area where you could put some outdoor furniture and maybe a fire pit. thanks

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If you’re trying to stick to a budget, I’d start by staining the fence, and plant some bright summer annuals. Paint the curved block a pretty contrasting accent color and see if you can get some grass to grow. :) Get yourself some spray paint and have at it on those white plastic chairs. You need to bring some color to your back yard.

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Hi. I’d start with painting the fench a cheerful color. That’s instant pop and does not use up any space.

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you need some grass, if you cant find cheap sod, then plant some seeds, and plant some annuals for some cheery color

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I would maybe put up an open pergola over the patio area and plant veggies in containers that can climb such as tomatoes to add color and a veggie bonus.

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Use solar lighting, plant greens that need little water for your area, & some tile stores offer deals on broken tile or left overs you could use those to make paths with sand or borders.

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I would add some mulch around the trees and bushes, stain the fence and put grass seed down.

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Already a subscriber- My ideas – a small fountain, or bird path or kids pool- You need color- stain the fence a brown or burgundy-lay some wood chips down-put in some green shurbs or greenery that grows in your area. How about a goldfish pond?

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I’d suggest just focusing on creating a nice conversation area with comfortable chairs and a center table with a foldable umbrella — and if you have any money left over in your budget, to surround the area with a few nice ferns or small trees. Good luck, and thanks for chance to enter!

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Add color! You can paint some of those plastic chairs & table vibrant summer colors. Same with the terracotta pots. I pained mine purple, red, yellow blue etc. Really added some pop to my yard.

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Woodchips or small stone. Grass doesn’t seem to thrive…

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I would section off a few odd shapes for gardens… lined with stone. Make some raised beds, and edible herbs are fun to throw in as well. The entire middle needs to have sod laid down. Just stay with plants that are low maintenance and stay green year round!

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I would put in a flower bed and a small water fountain

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replace old plants and grass. sodd or grass seed would work wonders.

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I think you should plant some grass seed, paint or stain the fence and plant some annuals. Some hanging flower bags on the fence would be nice too.

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I’d suggest some of those large plastic outdoor storage containers…

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Rent a power tiller and aerator from Lowes (~$40-$50 each) and get your soil in the proper shape to plant some serious grass. Buy a bunch of high quality grass seed (~$125 from my guess at your square footage) and spread it around. Cover it with straw for a week (~$30) and water the heck out of it for 2 weeks ($20 water bill). You’ll have a killer lawn to play in and enjoy. That is my suggestion for your first step. It’ll cost you under $300ish but take some hard work… totally worth it though.

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Paint the fence white to throw lots of light into the yard. Plant pink and red Mandevillas for big splashes of color and add some gazing balls here and there for big dots of color.

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Your soil needs to be tilled or aerated then planted with grass seed.

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I think you should build a small deck or patio. A small deck out of pressure treated wood isn’t very expensive and not so hard to build at all.

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I think the best would be to work on getting great grass. A plush green lawn will let you overlook the other stuff you don’t like for longer!

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I see 3 main issues:

Clean up the things laying around – if they need to be kept and don’t have a place to go, I’d look into buying a small storage shed or something. (I hope someone doesn’t expect to be using that basketball hoop in the back yard for more than free throws… is it just being stored there and actually used in the front driveway? If so, perhaps it’s another candidate for a storage shed.)

Get some kind of ground cover throughout the yard – if you have issues with grass not growing/surviving well, consider alternatives such as adding more flowerbeds of hardy plants, with decorative gravel and stone walkways in between.

In the second-to-last photo, there appears to be a tree ‘stump’ about 7-8 ft tall – if you don’t have some reason for wanting to keep it like this, and don’t want to or can’t afford to remove it entirely, I’d at least cut it down to a normal ‘sitting’ stump height.

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I’d buy some mulch and grass seed, aerate the lawn and replant. Then mulch your flower beds and plant some beautiful, large bushes and flowers. Have fun!

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A beautiful yard begins with a beautiful lawn. You need to buy several bags of grass seed and several bags of topsoil and start filling in all of the bare spots. Then fertilize and water at regular intervals. It is a long term plan, though, because grass won’t grow overnight.

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The other comments have been great, don’t forget to get some inexpensive lighting so you can see at night, those solar powered lights, $4-9 are pretty good, and are easy to place no need for wiring!

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I would but some grass to add some green. I’d also plant some flowers to make your backyard more colorful. Maybe some bushes along the fence.

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Looks like you live in a warm climate. I am not sure how well grass would do there so I would keep the lush green grass to a minimum. I think some raise flower beds with low maintenance trees & bushes framed with pavers and a small basic cabana would help out on hot days while the kids are playing outdoors or while you were entertaining.

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Have a grassy area, but also some kind of sitting area. Like others suggested, a pressure treated wood deck, or even some kind of mulchy area with some plants.

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I would suggest getting a TON of mulch for the flower bed areas and around the fence line…then perhaps some gravel/rock for half the area to turn into a seating or zeroscaping area…and then either a bit of grass to fill in some patches or Scott’s lawncare to help it grow….my yard looks very similar so I should do the same. :)

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Grass seed and a nice shady patio set.

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You should get some sod and plant bushes along the edges

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July 12, 2012 at 9:53 pm Carla 523

I see a rock garden surrounding a little fountain, bird baths, and lillies.

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July 12, 2012 at 10:25 pm D Schmidt 524

We are in a very similar situation at the moment and my only tip is to buy some grass seed and hope for the best

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July 12, 2012 at 11:32 pm Christy Weller 528

My tip would be to gather up huge rocks to make a little water fountain. Then buy some soil and mulch and plant flowers around or in front of it. Maybe a cpl birdbaths, a few solar lights and maybe a cute little bench or picnic table.

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July 13, 2012 at 12:00 am Melanie K. 529

I think gathering some gorgeous large rocks to create a pool for fish and fountain would be gorgeous. A great stone path, lots of shrubs, and flowers!

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Plant vegetation that is native to your location. It is cheap and easy to take care of

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I would put in some stone and add some flower beds

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July 13, 2012 at 4:27 am lois 538

Add some flowers.

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id have to say flowers,plants and grass would be my suggestion

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Plant some grass and make it a tropical themed spot!

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plant grass, grow flowers and plants in pots, add colorful tablecloth to table and cushions to chairs. string twinkle lights

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well, getting some nice green grass growing would be the big thing, but then maybe adding some colorful flowers along the fence would be nice.

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A small patio with a flower garden on one side and herbs on the other. :)

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July 13, 2012 at 12:08 pm Rachel 555

Establish a planting bed with some edging, add a paver path and some plants in pots and you’re on your way. Nice size yard!

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July 13, 2012 at 12:51 pm Jennifer B. 556

Since you are having trouble growing grass, why not build an additional patio for outdoor cooking and gatherings. You can do it with paving stones from Lowes.

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You should put in a lot of flowering plants.

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i think you should plant tulips

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My best tip would be to carefully choose perennials that are low maintenance and drought resistant

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I would plant a couple trees and add some flowers and possibly a raised garden bed. You could get some inexpensive solar lights or string lights that would give your yard that extra touch!

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I’d plant some plants or at least thin out the ones you have

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July 13, 2012 at 5:36 pm ellen 578
July 13, 2012 at 6:29 pm Joshua Hoagland 579

My first suggestion would be to paint the fence- it is such a big part of the yard- a fresh coat of paint will make a big difference.

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July 13, 2012 at 6:47 pm brian e. 580

Thanks for the giveaway…if your town has a compost program I would get a load of compost to amend the soil in your back yard, rent a roto-tiller, and get to work: start with the perimeter planting beds, cull the plants you don’t want to keep. Next, mix in some compost, then head to Lowes’s for some plants !

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Rake then aerate, and put down 50lbs of grass seed…

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July 13, 2012 at 7:17 pm April V. 588

I’d fill the beds with rocks. Put a circle enclosure (stone, plastic, whatever works for you) around the trees, leaving room to add soil and build it up and put in some low light flowering plants. Plant that lattice in the bare ground it is standing on, tie it off to the fence so it is sturdy and hang various pots of herbs on it. Around the bottom, add good soil and plant some ground cover like mint or clover.

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I would add a (cheap) stone water feature.

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July 13, 2012 at 8:20 pm Gaines Simmons 593

Hello, how are you? Thank you for this opportunity. Rent a tiller, buy fifty pounds of lime, wear gloves, safety goggles, and steel toe boots. urn over your soil with the lime mixed in. The lime will acidify your lawn and repel grass eating pests. Plant your grass seeds a week later.

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July 13, 2012 at 8:20 pm Gaines Simmons 594

Hello, how are you? Thank you for this opportunity. Rent a tiller, buy fifty pounds of lime, wear gloves, safety goggles, and steel toe boots. Turn over your soil with the lime mixed in. The lime will acidify your lawn and repel grass eating pests. Plant your grass seeds a week later.

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July 13, 2012 at 8:37 pm julieh 595

Planting some flower beds would be nice

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Plants lots of flowers of various length and colors!

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I’d say some grass that’s easy to grow and doesn’t need much water

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Small flower garden with a bench for sitting or/and a arbor.

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July 13, 2012 at 9:06 pm Heather S 606

The plants on the side make an island around them and put in mulch. Add sod in the center and a patio area w/chair and table. Plant flowers to brighten things up.

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July 13, 2012 at 9:35 pm Sand 612

Evergreens and a fire pit are affordable and make the garden look lovely.

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July 13, 2012 at 9:49 pm Jesselyn A/Jesstinger 613

You could put some nice bushes or maybe some hardy Hosta around the perimeters. For my taste I would like a patio area with table, chairs, some side tables and a BBQ grill and definitely lots of flowering plants. I would also put in some raised flower/garden beds with herbs and maybe some vegetables. I also like to put various large pots with flowering plants (like geraniums or impatiens) around the yard for splashes of color. I sometimes place them on small tables for height. A play area for children is also a must!

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July 13, 2012 at 9:54 pm heather c 614

Paint your pots in one bright color and place them around the yard (with complementary colored plants), build a raised bed for growing whatever you want, put a hammock out there and paint your chairs with paint made especially for plastic.

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Stone walkway would look sweet.. wildflowers too!

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You should invest in lots of bright colorful flowers.

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Add some perennial flowers in ground and potted. Maybe a small fountain in the corner by the palms with a bench and lights.
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A new patio set would be nice for you
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Would love to see you put in new grass, bark in your garden beds and flowers in your pots on your patio.

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