Kara Moore Backyard November 03rd, 2018 - 06:22:48
Where there's a trip hazard and replacing the bits who ever move with secondhand bricks and because they are old and a little bit better, they're more sympathetic to the existing part, they can get. These guys are about 50 or 60 cents. Each we're also adding a head, of course along the side that ties the whole look together and makes the path a bit wider too. It's important to sponge the cement off before it sets it's a lot easier to clean them, a taxi. That'S right! I hope you and what I'm doing to continue the theme is I'm going to go around these two existing roses and square up the garden bits just making the lawn a little bit easier to maintain and keeping the plants where they're meant to be in the garden beds, the fence is looking fantastic, but we can go one step further and give it a really nice detail now, with an off count of ninety by ninety treated pine, which matches these posts.
I've made these beautiful little cubes. Now all I need to do is go around the edges with a pencil and my finger and trace some lines, I'm going to use an electric plane, but if you're not that confident, you can use a belt sander to create the edge. I've mirrored that, on the top of the post, simply put it there and screw it down, just because we're on a budget doesn't mean we want people to know it's these stairs here, a really great spot to make a statement. That's why I'm using sandstone less than $ 200, I can dress this place up from a home, make it look more like a manner when the cheapest and easiest things to give your garden a facelift is to paint old paths we pay. We pay it's fast, drawing easy to apply and use the whole place. A new fresh look. Well, I don't have much money left, but I spent nearly all of it on plants and I've got two euphorbias here called diamond Frost there.
The reason I picked it is because, underneath the rose, which is also not what flowers, this is gonna shine nearly all year round. So when you prune this back and it's looking a bit bare, this is going to draw people's eye and I'm going to plant it with alum and you're. Next to it called Sharon, it's a bluey-grey foliage. You can only get about four or five hundred real tall, but this will be a sea of plants and it'll be weed free because of he's so thick and dense and a couple of cheap terracotta pots with the same planting that underneath the roses really present the front of house as best as possible, simple and easy anyone could do wow.