Small Garden Ideas Budget. Even if you have a tiny backyard there is still a large variety of ways to perk it up! Add some stones and an extra bit of effort, and you can even build small waterfalls.
But the real challenge lies in converting the space to your wish, especially when it is compact and you are on a budget!! Here they've created a small raised deck and filled the exposed edges with brick and stone raised beds. Scrounge around for free stones at construction sites (obtain permission) or on the property of your country cousin.
There's nothing like having a few close friends over, making a fire, and having a few drinks.
Use old guttering to create a tiered herb garden.
Repurpose old wooden crates to make stylish shelves. Lavender fills the air with a relaxing scent and there's barely any outlay once it's finished. Add some stones and an extra bit of effort, and you can even build small waterfalls.
Take inspiration from this photo and design a relaxing area on a budget. Make colorful wall cubbies to display flowering plants or garden bric-a-brac. Zen gardens rely on structural plants with interesting shapes, as well as dramatic foliage. Modern pumps and pond liners are inexpensive and easy for do-it-yourselfers to install. Add hooks and rails on the wall for storing barbecue tools and utensils, plus boxes underneath for tableware, then add a few potted herbs on easy-to-access shelves.