Gardeners have been making it a part of their landscape for centuries, and they’ve come a long way in the last 50 years.
But the process isn’t always straightforward, and the best way to go about it is to have someone else do it.
“I’ve got a few of them,” said Nona, who works as a home inspector.
“I’ve been to the garden centre and had the owner help me make the terraces.”
Nona started with a simple project: she started by placing two large containers in a corner.
She then set out the planks of a tree, with a handful of sticks placed between the two containers.
The tree would be covered by a wooden fence, so Nona had to carefully position the container next to the tree to keep the fence from snapping.
She placed a handful more sticks, and began by placing the container on top of the tree.
Then she placed the container below the tree, and waited.
The tree was covered in thick leaves, so she had to gently guide the container away from the tree by lifting the sticks and planting them.
Nona said it took about 20 minutes to make the backyard garden, which cost her about $5.
A year later, she had the tree planted, and she began the process of removing the leaves.
Once she had removed the leaves, Nona removed the container, and it fell to the ground.
It took about 45 minutes to fill the container with water, and another 15 to prepare it for planting.
A month later, N, who is in her 50s, and her husband built a garden on the property.
She told the Jerusalem Post that the two-year-old project is an easy one to do.
“It takes no time at all.
I can do it in the morning, and I can start it in a week,” she said.
The home is located in the city’s Old City neighborhood.
The family also owns an outdoor café and has plans to open a restaurant.