Inexpensive building materials such as gravel, cinder blocks, and pressure-treated wood form the backbone of the design. Tile backboard and salvaged plywood, stained a soft blue and attached to a custom frame, give the tiny yard privacy.
two levels of lawn- ringed by one color of daylillies-beautiful stone steps [note risers]- bird bath and lamp by steps-lovely green foil-locust or mimosa limb-contrasting flower placement-interspersed with dwarf conifers?
If you don’t have big garden and big yard but you like plants and flowers here is a great idea for you- Vertical garden. Vertical gardening utilizes various resources to allow plants to extend upward rather than grow along the surface of the garden.
Keep rabbits from eating! RAIN GUTTERS: Don’t have the yard space for a garden? Or simply just don't want to risk your kids running through it? Attach rain gutters to the side of your house to create a lovely herb and salad garden.