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Top 100 Water Features Projects

  1. 16. The Value of Adding a Back Deck

    DIY experts discuss how backyard landscaping not only creates a nice space to relax in; it also adds value to a home.

  2. 17. Crash Opens Up Backyard View (00:03:23)

    A San Diego couple's backyard crash gives them a gorgeous much-needed view.

  3. 18. The Basics of Water Gardens

    Choose a variety of aquatic plants to create a well balanced water feature for a garden. DIY experts offer a few tips on choosing the b...

  4. 19. The Best Outdoor Rooms from Indoors Out

    Stonemasons and contractors Dean Marsico and Derek Stearns transform blah backyards into functional living spaces. Browse the photo gal...

  5. 20. Triple Decker Backyard Crash (03:51)

    Natalie and Paul's growing family gets not one, not two, but three decks.

  6. 21. Adult Backyard Getaway (03:32)

    The crew helps two parents create a getaway right in their own backyard.

  7. 22. Building a Water Feature (01:15)

    One-minute version of how to build a water feature.

  8. 23. Bamboo Jungle (01:11)

    A rustic bamboo waterfall helps drown out the noise from a nearby freeway.

  9. 24. Pond Energy Efficiency (00:57)

    Here are ways to keep your pond from taking a bite out of your power bill.

  10. 25. Building a Deck With Levels (03:35)

    Multiple levels create the feeling of separate rooms in this large deck.

  11. 26. How to Add Touches to an Outdoor Waterfall

    Transform an ordinary outdoor waterfall into an aquatic paradise.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  12. 27. Bamboo Jungle (20:01)

    This backyard gets an exotic makeover as it's turned into a bamboo jungle!

  13. 28. Deck Water Features (00:52)

    Paul explains how he added a water feature to a deck.

  14. 29. High-Rise Landscaping (04:10)

    It's a first for Gino: tackling an eleventh-story terrace in Manhattan.

  15. 30. Carriage-House Yard Makeover (00:03:30)

    The yard of a long-neglected San Diego carriage house gets a makeover.

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