Added by on 2019-06-06

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Living in the city has its perks, but having a home with a big backyard isn’t one of them. Horticultural landscape technician Joshua Hollander proves that a lack of square-footage doesn’t mean a lack of potential. Get backyard landscaping ideas and learn how he transforms a small backyard into an elegant outdoor space perfect for summer entertaining. Over two summers, Joshua made a variety of savvy changes to the urban area. He divided the space into different zones, including a backyard patio, intimate seating area, lounge section and surrounding gardens. Tall trees and a custom cedar screen add privacy, while low-maintenance plants offer easy elegance. Other decorative features include boxwood hedge and ornamental grass. Soft lighting adds a glow after-dark, making the backyard ideal for entertaining after sundown. Video Rating: / 5


  • Mio Angel 1 year ago

    Fabulous! I love it! Great talent! Thank you for sharing!

  • Dennis Alvarez 1 year ago

    Joshua you are really handsome! Woof woof!

  • Corliss Cooper 1 year ago

    How much is this landscape job? How can you put string lights outside with no outlets; no solar lights.

  • hph081000 1 year ago

    So many ideas here that one can use.

  • hastycontemplation 1 year ago


  • Renee B 1 year ago

    The lower garden area is gorgeous. When the hydrangeas are in bloom it will come alive and be so beautiful. I love the elements in this space. Details galore.

  • Darwin McQuerter 1 year ago

    Amazing outdoor lighting. This is one of my favorite outdoor areas!

  • orlando B 1 year ago

    If you have a dog don’t get artificial grass…. you’ll regret it.

  • Abu Abdullaah 1 year ago

    Pure Elegance

  • Maxine F 1 year ago

    Great job. Beautiful

  • Linnet Mbotto 1 year ago

    Green and grey!!! More flowers bring color

  • Pamela Curtis 1 year ago

    I like it, especially the Boxwood, Hornbeam trees & lighting. Wonderful Garden Design!

  • Noel Velasco 1 year ago

    What about when it rains?

  • Susan Simpson 1 year ago

    House and Home, why didn't you show a before picture??????? In any transformation, you have to show a before, to contrast the difference.

  • Indian Now 1 year ago

    why don't they plant more flowers.. looks more appealing n colourful

  • Mr Krasker 1 year ago

    Nice but who has 200, 000 to do this kind of work?

  • Jaclyn Harper 1 year ago

    This turned out to be spectacular!

  • Anna Gray 1 year ago

    Very beautiful! ♥

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