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How to make an outdoor pool umbrella half barrel flower pot stand. Shade! 1) Real/resin half barrel (drill holes in the bottom for drainage) 2) QUIKRETE or a cement block that has a hole in the center for your post 3) Put in PVC pipe (spray paint to liking) 4)Use small stones or pebbles to … Read More →

How to make an outdoor pool umbrella half barrel flower pot stand. Shade! 1) Real/resin half barrel (drill holes in the bottom for drainage) 2) QUIKRETE or a cement block that has a hole in the center for your post 3) Put in PVC pipe (spray paint to liking) 4)Use small stones or pebbles to … Read More →

#HDBlogSquad // How to Build a Covered Patio {via My. Daily. Randomness.}

HDBlogSquad // How to Build a Covered Patio

Mounted Beer bottle opener with Mason jar cap catcher by GottaBeASign on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/465399461/mounted-beer-bottle-opener-with-mason

Mounted Beer bottle opener with Mason jar cap catcher

Mounted Beer bottle opener with Mason jar cap catcher by GottaBeASign on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/465399461/mounted-beer-bottle-opener-with-mason

Outdoor chalkboard! For the kids, put by swing set..........maybe attach to the back part of pool deck facing the garden.

51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius

Outdoor chalkboard! For the kids, put by swing set..........maybe attach to the back part of pool deck facing the garden.

Lay perforated drainage tubing at base  Water-soaked soil is the worst enemy of retaining walls because it exerts enormous pressure behind the wall. Adding good drainage behind block or stone walls is crucial for long-lasting, bulge-free walls. Start by laying perforated plastic drainage tubing along the base of the wall slightly above ground level so it can drain to daylight. Slope the tubing about 1/4 in. per foot.

Landscaping: Tips for Your Backyard

Lay perforated drainage tubing at base Water-soaked soil is the worst enemy of retaining walls because it exerts enormous pressure behind the wall. Adding good drainage behind block or stone walls is crucial for long-lasting, bulge-free walls. Start by laying perforated plastic drainage tubing along the base of the wall slightly above ground level so it can drain to daylight. Slope the tubing about 1/4 in. per foot.

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