Published at Friday, 27 September 2019. Backyard. By Paulette Berthiaume.
A Two-Leveled Backyard: In a world of flat backyards, the two level idea may cause you to open your mouth in shock: backyards, sans the ones right above plate tectonic boundaries, typically aren’t two levels. But, maybe they should be. Two levels give your backyard an appeal that one level does not and allows you to get more creative with your landscaping. Perhaps one level is filled with grass, an area where kids and dogs (or deer and antelope) play, and the other is filled with beautiful rock or rose bushes. Whatever it is you decide to put on each of your levels, two levels will undoubtedly give your backyard a whole new dimension.
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.
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.
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