raised garden bed on a narrow side yard - good use of space for shade loving plants

raised garden bed on a narrow side yard - good use of space for shade loving plants

Dramatic foliage + container/stone balls create drama in a decked garden -desiretoinspire.net - Franchesca Watson

Dramatic foliage + container/stone balls create drama in a decked garden -desiretoinspire.net - Franchesca Watson

Craig Gibson's Inspiration Board - 7 Must-Read Ideas to Maximise Your Space - Australia | hipages.com.au

Craig Gibson's Inspiration Board - 7 Must-Read Ideas to Maximise Your Space - Australia | hipages.com.au

Having a long and narrow garden, balcony or yard doesn’t mean that this space is unusable. In fact, there are a lot of clever design options to maximize that narrow spaces. As long as you unleash your imaginations, long and narrow outdoor spaces are also ideal to personalize your living space. Here we have collected […]

18 Clever Design Ideas for Narrow and Long Outdoor Spaces

Having a long and narrow garden, balcony or yard doesn’t mean that this space is unusable. In fact, there are a lot of clever design options to maximize that narrow spaces. As long as you unleash your imaginations, long and narrow outdoor spaces are also ideal to personalize your living space. Here we have collected […]

No you're not going crazy. This is not yesterday's post. Thanks to a reader's comment I'm stalk...

No you're not going crazy. This is not yesterday's post. Thanks to a reader's comment I'm stalk...

#9. DIY chalk-painted board to the side yard fence for children.

Awesome Ideas To Use Your Narrow Side Yard

Narrow garden bed featuring Anigozanthos 'Pink Joey' (Pink Joey kangaroo paws) with Senecio mandraliscae in Santa Barbara, CA

Narrow garden bed featuring Anigozanthos 'Pink Joey' (Pink Joey kangaroo paws) with Senecio mandraliscae in Santa Barbara, CA

SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout

Vertical gardening takes plants to new heights

SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout

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