Published at Tuesday, 24 September 2019. Backyard. By Parnella Martel.
A Butterfly Garden: Sure, most of us want to keep insects out of our backyards, but butterflies don’t deserve exile: they don’t bite, they don’t spend their lives trying to get inside your house, and, plainly put, they are pretty. For those of you who love butterflies, or simply want to add some beauty to your backyard, consider planting a garden full of nectar-filled flowers, flowers such as Columbines, Begonias, Geraniums, Petunias, and Lilies. Butterflies will flock to these flowers and, if you’re really lucky, you might find that your butterfly garden also attracts a hummingbird or two.
Now, let’s go even beyond that and get into an area where you can get really creative and let your personality shine through…. garden art. There are no rules whatsoever here. Simple things like adding tiki torches along a path can make a real statement. Want to get more out there, create a faux Mayan ruin surrounded by tropical-looking foliage. If you don’t have a pool, build a small pond complete with cascading waterfall. Or, suspend a comfortable hammock between trees, complete with a fake (or real!) parrot watching over you while you relax. Remember, no rules here. This is all about you. Have fun.
Building a backyard waterfall has always had the dreaded tasks of lifting heavy rocks, finding the right rocks, and making them fit the area you have to work with. Now, you can create your own rocks and boulders on the spot where they will remain and guaranteed to fit just right. Regardless of the space you have to place a backyard waterfall, it will fit! CaveRock Design has already proven their product to be the most cost effective method to create a backyard waterfall and without the costly estimates of having it done by a contractor. The best part of this backyard waterfall project, is a toss up between the fact you can do it yourself and how little it will cost you to construct it. With those two factors alone it’s a Winner!
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