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back yard

A narrow flagstone path through lush plantings turns a sideyard into a magical walkway. Yes, it's a side yard, but this space is also a private garden to be viewed from indoors. The leafy tree canopy adds a sense of intimacy

Get a Room. If you don't want to work on making your entire yard a private paradise, take one corner and transform it into a secluded getaway. A simple way to do this is to carefully place a couple of trees to form a pocket. Here, for example, two pines make a hammock feel tucked away. A redbud just behind the hammock enhances the effort.

If you don't want to work on making your entire yard a private paradise, take one corner and transform it into a secluded getaway.Here, for example, two pines make a hammock feel tucked away. Add post for a hammock!

Love, love the winding path.  Must create one!

Love the random stone walkway with different sized stones. Scapes Unlimited installed the Baxters’ garden, laid the flagstone and placed the dry creek bed. (Photo courtesy of Brad Stangeland)