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Landscape architect Haig Seferian transforms bare backyards into outdoor oases with help from an interior designer and a craft expert.
A tour of a spectacular garden that was once a cow pasture; a visit to a quarry. Also: fixing up a porch.
Play areas for kids in the garden; a frog with legs that whirl in the wind.
A lakeside cottage garden is spotlighted. Also: how to make million-dollar containers.
Landscape designer Kim Price discusses an urban housing development; a yard is split into a child's area and a space for adults.
Landscape architect Janet Rosenberg shows off her home. Also: making unique outdoor picture frames.
Transforming a garden into a place for a party. Also: a tour of a rooftop patio that features many entertaining rooms.
A small but lush garden is given a makeover. Also: how to make your own rocks for a rock garden.
A suburban garden is spotlighted. The area features a round cedar deck, several patios, a gazebo, a swimming pool and a putting green.
Making an entertainment space with ponds, patios and sculptures as the structural elements.
Terraces are spotlighted. Included: how they prevent erosion.
Making herbal oils is demonstrated.
A designer's dream garden is toured.
World-renowned architect Arthur Erickson shows off his home and garden. Also: how to make an obelisk the focal point of a garden.
A tour of an award-winning garden of rooms. Also: reinforcing the symmetry of a deck; and creating lighting with ivy, flowers and candles.
Landscaping elements that are either “soft” or “hard” are discussed
Designing for family members is illustrated.
Stone is used in a classical design that connects a garden with a home.
A corner-lot garden includes space for parking.
Designing a pergola walkway is discussed.
The garden at a Tudor home is spotlighted. Also: how to make an inexpensive living wreath.
Bird houses are featured in a garden with both American and Oriental influences.
Various garden rooms are toured.
A sculptor's garden is visited.
A rooftop garden has lots of privacy.
An Art Deco garden is visited, dating from 1929.
An architect-designed yard reflects the house that sits on the property.
The use of a waterfall to block out street noise is detailed. Also: how to make a three-level plant stand; how to care for bonsai trees.
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