Penelope Preston Backyard August 03rd, 2018
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...
Corrine Le Backyard August 16th, 2018
Another category is items that are both attractive and practical. Large clocks, decorative thermometers, and rain gauges can add beauty and function to an outdoor garden area. One can have fun seeing how much it rained during the day or...
Clara Adams Backyard August 16th, 2018
Another popular category of lawn ornaments is anything that moves as the wind blows. Miniature windmills that sit on the ground can also double as a bird house or a planter. Wind chimes hooked onto a tree branch will provide...
Cassie Casey Backyard August 16th, 2018
The possibilities are endless when it comes to decorating your backyard. You can beautify for just you as a place to relax and rejuvenate. You can trim your backyard for holiday family get-togethers. You can decorate for big events such...
Jamie Barnett Backyard August 16th, 2018
A backyard sundial not only makes a unique conversation piece, it's also functional. When installed correctly, sundials keep quite accurate time. While horizontal sundials are the most common, there are also vertical sundials that can be hung on a wall....
Tammy Leach Backyard August 16th, 2018
This furniture is manufactured in the wood's natural state and can be used indoors or out. With its natural oils, they are finished by the manufacturer and do not require varnish or other extras to allow them to retain their...
Georgina Talley Backyard August 16th, 2018
So, deck post covers can be extremely beneficial when it comes to enhancing any backyard space. The best thing about them is that they can easily be tied to the other decorative features in the yard....
Susanne Holcomb Backyard August 16th, 2018
Finally, place your feeders in a spot that other animals, like squirrels and raccoons, can't get to. Place the feeders on tall shepherd's hooks or posts with baffles on them so the animals can't climb up to the feeders....