Added by on 2019-10-16

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] In this video, we are going to go over how to Xeriscape (or zeroscape) a part of a yard. You can apply this method on any section of your yard, just use a little creativity! Remember to subscribe! 🔥🔥 Really it’s as simple as digging out 1-2 inches of dirt so the rocks don’t sit up so high. Digging up the dirt will also dig up some of the weeds that are ready to sprout out and ruin your fresh landscaping. Then go ahead and lay down some plastic or fabric. Use plastic if you don’t plan on planting plants and use fabric if you plan on planting something. The fabric will allow water and nutrients to absorb into the dirt and get to the plant roots. The plastic will restrict this. Lastly, lay down the rock! IT’S THAT SIMPLE. Almost as simple as hitting that SUBSCRIBE button! Thanks for watching my video on how to Xeriscape your Yard! Tools Used: ⚒️⚙️🗜️🔦📐🔧🔨 Canon M50 Camera Used in Recording: #Zeroscape #Xeriscape #Landscaping ——————————————————————————- Bat City Designs is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Video Rating: / 5


  • Poor Man's DIY 7 months ago

    Looks awesome. We have black thumbs and can kill silk plants so we did something similar, but your project looks better. Kind of a zen garden feel. Great video as always.

  • Him and I Woodworking 7 months ago

    Great job love the editing!!!

  • StanCrafted 7 months ago

    Looks great, Shawn. I like that you take the time to do the extra steps that make things just that much better.

  • The Grant Alexander 7 months ago

    Very nice, I wish I had watched this before I added landscape fabric under my rock area, as it is now covered in weeds! even with 3 inches of river pebbles in it!

  • Lucas Wood & Art 7 months ago

    Nice looks great. Although for me I prefer the leaves….lol

    Keep it up man, you are producing great content.

  • Dutch shed woodshop 7 months ago

    That turned out very nice. I have done exactly the same with my front yard. Also yesterday aside my workshop.

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