Paver Patio Start to Finish 😀💪🌿

Paver Patio Start to Finish 😀💪🌿

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Patio & Firepit Supplies:
Rumblestone Firepit Kit-
Rumblestone Pavers –
Angle Grinder –
Diamond Cutting Wheel –
Proflex Paver Edging –
Leveling Sand –
Sakrete Permasand –
Finishing Trowel –
Concrete Adhesive –
Behr Low-Lustre Sealer –

Stationary Chair –
Swivel Chair –
Loveseat –

Some of the plants I used:
Instant Karma® Elderberry –
Diamond Frost® Euphorbia –
Yuki Cherry Blossom® Deutzia -
Superbells® Grape Punch™ –
Graceful Grasses® Purple Fountain Grass –
Lemon Coral™ Sedum –
Spilled Wine® Weigela –
‘Paint the Town Magenta’ Pinks Dianthus –

Video Gear we Use –
Favorite Garden Tools –
Favorite Containers –
Favorite Soils –

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My name is Laura and I, along with my husband, make gardening videos. I live in Eastern Oregon and garden in a zone 5. My parents own an independent garden center that I’ve worked at for over 10 years.

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Ontario, Oregon 97914




elin kallas says:

Is it 12 x 12?

Hermie Griffiths says:

Too bad they used the wrong type of sand to lay the pavers in

Limitless Golden Construction says:

Excellent design! If you want to find similar ideas visit our work gallery:

W Cameron Zane says:

Now when will you start building the pergola?🤔

Ales CAHHNKOVA says:

It is a soil porn!!!! 😹 I wish we had soil like this!!!

Kendra Baker says:

This is great… I love the setup! Job well done!

Dejan Petkovic says:

Were is a roof?

Andrew Kim says:

Oof rich people

Rascal Flatts Fanatic says:

Square and boring. Easy to tell that breeders did it.

Joe Barancyk says:

Holy shit what a waste of manpower and materials for such a simple job…Dumb!

Eduardo Agu says:

Fire pit is going to brake apart at the first fire lady’s trying to do construction doesn’t go

Derrin Eckelmann says:

Nice setup but were is the shade ?

depraved 727 says:

Bruh I used to do 30+ ft walk ups that look better by my self with no machines. O there's the problem, women…

Jayson El Sayegh says:

This is what I do for a living, and honestly nothing was done right, typical reason why people think this is an easy job, and then it go to waste 2 years later. First you did not dig deep enough(minimum 10 inches plus the stone) total 12 Inches++, second you should have compacted the stones once more with the compactor, (use teflon to avoid scratching them), this will really lock each piece. When building fire pits, never build them on top of pavers. Leave an opening in the pavers them start build your wall. Once fire pit is completed install aluminum siding(or metal box from a hardware store) so the pavers dont over heat and crack. Remember pavers are usually guaranteed for 10 years, but not if they crack because of too much heat. Next when your installing polymer sand use a blower to get excess dust of the surface. (A BROOM IS NOT ENOUGH). But the level looked good, I wonder how it looks from the side or close up;)

Rhys Green says:

That grass remover machine looks so useful

GARDEN master says:

Powerful video

o exilado Nilton says:

Brasil 😉

Sparky Jones says:

Fire pit is improper and unsafe. Good luck.

chekk onetwo says:

This a 2 man job we could finish with a trip to Home Depot 😆😆😆 It's a slab of concrete people, THAT'S IT.

Maplehouse Knives says:

Edge skirting??? Not what I would want to look at!

Turd Ferguson says:

You need to blow that excess joint sand compound then lightlt water it to set the material.

You Hi says:

The pavement ants will love to get into your sand .

Freddy Flips says:

A temporary patio lol

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