Josefina Buck Backyard August 10th, 2018
Lighting is a very important part of your backyard design. If you do a lot of outdoor entertaining at night, you will want bright lights that illuminate your yard well, especially near your dining area. Coleman's propane powered tabletop torches...
Corrine Le Backyard August 12th, 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...
Leann Christensen Backyard August 12th, 2018
The last category is light. Solar powered lights easily stick into the ground and create an enchanting ambiance as darkness falls and also do not require batteries. Lights that are triggered by a motion sensor will light up when someone...
Jessie Petty Backyard August 12th, 2018
One of the best ways to beautify a backyard is with colorful flowers and interesting plants. Backyard decorations can enhance the beauty of your flower or vegetable garden. There are decorative items that make it easy to create an impressive...
Susanne Holcomb Backyard August 12th, 2018
A backyard can be transformed into a vacation-like resort with the proper selection of decorations. It is easy to create a relaxing atmosphere similar to a day at the beach or lake. Adding outdoor furniture to the yard or patio...
Polly Vaughan Backyard August 12th, 2018
Birdhouses and garden gnomes are fine if you don't mind having the same garden decor everyone else has. If you're looking for a way to express your unique personal style, though, don't just settle for the ideas you get from...
Cassie Casey Backyard August 12th, 2018
Sundials- While they've been around for a long time, many people have forgotten the beauty and creativity of having one at their home. They will create a beautiful and interesting look in your backyard and also make a great conversation...
Clara Adams Backyard August 12th, 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....