Published at Tuesday, August 06th, 2019 - 03:27:44 AM. Patio. By Hector Doisneau.
Patio gardens have become very popular and are not that difficult to create. All you will need is, of course, a patio, potting soil, flowers and plants, rocks or shipping peanuts, water features, flower pots, planters and other accessories you may wish to add to your backyard patio garden. The first step toward creating your patio garden is to record on paper how much sun hits this area at different times of the day. You will need to keep track of this for several days in a row in order to get an accurate idea.
A patio can be any number of shapes or designs, but when uncertain, it's most likely better to feature a square or rectangular patio. Of course, a circular one is feasible if you are confident in your ability as a brick cutter. Yes, you can pay someone else to do that but the purpose of this article is to have you learn by doing. That said, circular patios can be purchased for a reasonable price from most lawn and garden stores including Home Depot and Lowe's.
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