Amalia Giles Backyard June 18th, 2018 - 23:40:26
There are quite a few ways to begin decorating in your backyard, a great way to begin adding some depth to it is to draw live birds into your yard. My wife and I have enjoyed watching the various birds that are indigenous to our local, so one day we jumped onto the internet to see what we could do to draw them into our backyard on a daily basis. We learned that providing a place for the birds to rest, bath and feed were great ways to draw them into our yard.
There are many different types of Teak outdoor furniture that come in a variety of colors and styles. The outdoor sets are specially treated to withstand the weather and are available in a number of different designs which makes it easy to choose something that will fit in beautifully with one's décor and personal taste. This applies to whether the furniture is placed on a patio or in other backyard areas.
Topiaries--trailing plants grown on wire forms--make eye-catching backyard decor for both formal and casual landscapes. For an up-scale look, use several to accent the backyard's entrance or arrange them in uniform rows. Create your own backyard museum piece by standing a topiary on a pedestal. If your landscape has a more laid-back look, just let the topiaries grow a little more freely and put them anywhere they fit in. In any garden, topiaries also make attractive "fixtures" for landscape lighting. Sophisticated as they look, small topiaries costs very little to make. All you need to create one is a pot, a windng plant like ivy geranium or English ivy, and a frame such as an upturned tomato cage.
Decor items such as angels, a small waterfall, water bell chimes, gentle tone wind chimes, moon flowers, and subtle lighting can be combined to create a tranquil, meditative back yard atmosphere. A statue of an angel adds reverence to a garden area. Stepping stones with inspiring quotes are an ideal accessory for a tranquil garden design. The peaceful burbling of a small waterfall calms the environment. Wind chimes with their gentle tinkling in the breeze can really create a space ideal for meditation and relaxation.
You can be creative in your backyard decorative ideas. Birdhouses are nice and so are garden gnomes, flower gardens and backyard swings. But if you really want to mix it up a bit, here are some ideas you may enjoy:
Feeders were our main focus on how to initially draw the birds into the yard, after all, a birds gotta eat right? We learned that different birds have different eating habits as well. Robins prefer open areas to feed, where as smaller birds like the sparrow enjoy feedings they can perch on, and hummingbirds can be drawn in with a simple sugar and water mixture you can make at home (1 part sugar to 4 parts water, no sweeter than that). The great thing about a hanging bird feeder is that a mixture of seeds will set a table for a good variety of birds.