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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote If you are looking for Arizona backyard ideas then I hope this helps. If you are anything like me, when you first move into your home you are looking for ideas to develop your backyard. You man not be able to do everything but this will give you a list of backyard ideas for Phoenix or Tucson. It is a bit different for backyards in Arizonas high country. Having a patio in Arizona is the most common. Adding pots with plants or windchimes and any bit of shade is ideal. Arizona Backyard Store: https://geni.us/backyardstore Affiliates: My other YouTube Channel: https://geni.us/UrbanJReviews Prequalified For Home Loan: https://geni.us/L5D5 Real Estate Agent in Arizona: https://geni.us/2YBaMh Living in Arizona is quite a unique experience because of the vastness that the state offers. From the Sonoran Desert in the south to the high country in the north all the way up towards the Four Corners east and the Grand Canyon in the west. Known as the Grand Canyon state, Arizona is diverse in many ways. The state tree is the Palo Verde, the state cactus is the Saguaro, the state bird is the Cactus wren. If you are thinking about moving to Arizona feel free to subscribe and check us out on our other channels. EARNINGS DISCLAIMER This video is for educational and entertainment purposes only. I do not guarantee results. I always recommend doing your own due diligence before signing up for any of these platforms. AFFILIATE DISCLOSURE: This video and description may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. Video Rating: / 5 In today’s video, I will share the backyard makeover I did during the lockdown. Two of the before and after pictures […]

31 Comments

  • joe stephani 1 month ago

    What an amazing setup!

  • United Destiny Entertainment 1 month ago

    Thanks for the video. I just recently moved back to San tan valley and wow so much different from when I first lived here in 2012. Huge question. Can you do a video on front landscaping ideas of building gardens/retaining walls. I’ve noticed some of my neighbors kind of did their own things with their garden and retaining walls and I just recently did as well. Some forgot to get Hoa approval. Can you talk about the designs on retaining walls and what we can and can’t do?

  • Ricky Ricardo 1 month ago

    Awesome backyard, man!

  • Brenda Lucian 1 month ago

    Beautiful backyard- nice to see leafy trees and plants instead of desert vegetation in a video from Arizona.

  • Mychal Rorls 1 month ago

    how much would a pond and pathway cost like yours? Great yard btw

  • Joe Koloen 1 month ago

    What type of vines do you have there In the video. Need to find something that can take the heat

  • Joe Koloen 1 month ago

    Great video thank you so much I'm working on my backyard now. This is super helpful. Keep up the good work post more like this

  • Aleksander Erga 1 month ago

    I have been thinking alot of moving to the us lately. I currently live in Norway. I am a certified electrician (i think its called journeyman in the us). Problem is i cant find any info anywhere on how i would "transfer" my proof of apprenticeship to the US. But im guessing every state handles it differently. Could you tell me how this is handled in Arizona?Any help is greatly appreciated 🙂

  • Matt Stray 1 month ago

    It's lucky to have your horse shoe facing up. That way it catches the luck.

  • Linda G 1 month ago

    I love what you have done with your yard. It's beautiful and very practical too.
    I built a similar seating wall in my backyard in Southern California. But my current yard isn't large enough for that.
    Your ideas are great. Thanks for the videos!
    BTW I bought a table umbrella that has solar lights under it so it lights up the table when the umbrella is open.

  • William Ortiz 1 month ago

    Very nice, but lots of maintenance. Have a koi pond myself here in PRESCOTT and the maintenance on it is very high and time consuming. Irrigation droppers are maintained a minimum of every spring. Landscaping must be watered, trimmed, mulched and fertilized routinely in dry environment. Spraying for pine tree pests and deer repellent are a routine. One can spend half a day, every day just in maintenance. But worth every penny getting it just right!

  • Jessica Moreno 1 month ago

    Great video. Have a lot of ideas now

  • Jessica Moreno 1 month ago

    I love it!!!!

  • joah ash 1 month ago

    Thanks Jeff!

  • Psych Hacks 1 month ago

    Did you build all the hard landscaping yourself, or did someone do it for you?

  • Jason Walls 1 month ago

    I shot 14 arrows into a saguaro cactus today, did that just for you

  • Sonikbytes 1 month ago

    Realistically, It can be a nightmare trying doing it yourself to keep clean, attractive looking backyard like this plus a pool: the weeds battle, fallen leaves into your pool, maintenance, irrigation system going bad, tall trees/palm trimmings… forget about doing it yourself. Watching some of your plant specimens die during summer onslaught is especially heartbreaking too, lol

  • Jonte Fritz 1 month ago

    The homiee! Thanks bro for everything you post I cant wait to get out there!

  • Teresa Anna 1 month ago

    What a beautiful job you did, you are such a lovely and talented lady. Thank you for the garden encouragement, all the wonderful recipes and beautiful decorating ideas. Your videos always make me feel happy and at home, this one made my heart sing! I love the warm music, God Bless You.

  • Jasmine R 1 month ago

    Very nice! Motivating! ❤️

  • Annette Nowatzki 1 month ago

    All that hard work certainly paid off! Looks fantastic! Enjoy, have a blessed summer. I must say: I really like the pieces / furniture it is so inviting ! Well done!

  • Onisiro B. 1 month ago

    Looks very relaxing

  • Anita Ross 1 month ago

    Totally awesome! Great job! Thumbs up!

  • UT33200 1 month ago

    Lots of work got done to make that spot special. Thanks for the share!

  • Sophia Zeline 1 month ago

    Looks WONDERFUL. That was a lot of work but I think it's fun, too. I also love DIY projects to renew what I want to hold onto. Really nice result, Sasha. .

  • Lizz Hernandez 1 month ago

    Nice job. So beautiful especially in the evening with lighting. Like that you showed set by step, that made me rethink repurposing anything, just kidding. Great job, thank you for sharing. Enjoy your lovely space.

  • Midwest Gardener 1 month ago

    You did a magnificent job, Sasha! That was a lot of work, but the end result is beautiful!!

  • Eric Bishop 1 month ago

    Greetings from WA! So… do you "hire out"? ; ) I haven't started my raised beds yet for my new home – too busy with work. Seedlings growing and looking to move into the raised beds but "they" haven't bought me my miter saw yet with which to build them… details, details. Work In Progress. Always looking forward to your great great vids, thank you!

  • Dana Peckham 1 month ago

    Absolutely Beautiful! Great job. I hope the temps cool down so you can enjoy it.

  • Nice job! Now you can sit back and enjoy!

  • Russ Parks 1 month ago

    Very Nice. I like it a lot.

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