Published at Friday, 27 September 2019. Backyard. By Raoul Lereau.
If you need to stay at home for your honeymoon days, imagine what you would like the backyard to look like. You might want to put in a privacy fence and maybe a Jacuzzi or hot tub. Add in some soft colors and sweet smelling candles and you own a honeymoon getaway in your own backyard. Add in some exotic flowers to your design to give your backyard some tropical accents. Ah, to be young and foolish. Many of us can’t afford to do the things we would like with our garden, but dreaming can be a wonderful thing too. If you are someone who wants to use your backyard for the family and friends to come over and enjoy barbeques and spend time together, then there are many choices for you. Extending your patio will give you more entertaining space and more room for extra seating at dinnertime.
For any pro-green individual who is interested in different ways they can contribute to their environment, a backyard sanctuary is certainly an environmentally friendly option. Many rural areas are being subjected to various types of industrial and residential developments, which result in the destruction of the natural wildlife habitats of many species big and small. These developments leave many types of wildlife without a functional home. Thus, individuals who decide to open their backyards as a wildlife home are offering a shelter to many wildlife that are finding it difficult to locate an ideal natural habitat of their own.
Create the Tropical Landscape Effect, Now that you have a foundation, or backdrop, it is time to add the tropical effect plants to turn that normal backyard or swimming pool landscape into your own tropical paradise. Here, you’ll use true tropical plants that have to be treated as annuals in your area, unless you are willing to go to great lengths to protect them from winter chill. There are many plants that are tropical or sub-tropical that, with a little protection, will come back from roots each spring (i.e. bananas, elephant ears). Then, there are the interesting, tropical looking plants that may have no problems at all with winter weather.
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