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Many people that love their house are not all that crazy about the yard that came with it. Those people need to be watching I hate my yard. On there homeowners can learn how to make an eyesore into a wonderland. The yard is the first thing people see when they pull up to a house so it should look great and be comfortable to use.

I hate my yard offers many solutions for common yard problems then takes you step by step on how to do the project. You might just want to add a deck or patio but they also take you through larger projects like complete overhauls.

If you are not fully happy with your yard then watch landscape designer Sara Bendrick guild you step by step through a number of yard projects a get a yard you will be proud of. I hate my yard will be time well spent.

I Hate My Yard is a Kids & Family, Home & Garden series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (28 episodes). The series first aired on May 7, 2013. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.9.

I Hate My Yard is available for streaming on the DIY Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch I Hate My Yard on demand at Amazon, Google Play, iTunes online.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
3 Seasons, 28 Episodes
May 7, 2013
Kids & Family, Home & Garden
7.9/10
Cast: Sara Bendrick
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I Hate My Yard Full Episode Guide

  • Marni and Jordan both work from home and their uninspiring backyard makes them want to stay indoors all the time. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick brings some much-needed style and function to the yard. An obnoxious red patio will be covered with elegant tile, a vertical vegetable wall will hide unsightly utilities, and rolling planters will provide easy access to the garage. Other features include a fire pit, a colorful sail shade, and a planted trellis.

  • Beth and Randy have a passion for both the outdoors and the 1920's, so landscape designer Sara Bendrick combines those two varied styles to create a funky, unique space. A grand, art deco inspired walkway will spill through the yard with a raised seating area anchoring the center. A basalt water wall along the fence will add a touch of tranquility. The rear of the yard will be transformed with a cozy seat bench wrapped around a natural fire pit, and they'll build a log leg table for dining.

  • Sean and Rebecca could see the potential in the backyard when they bought their hillside home, but after cleaning up the overgrown space they were stuck on what to do with it. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick anchors the rear of the lengthy yard with a deck and a tranquil water feature to draw people back. A custom fort and a shade garden will keep Sean and Rebecca's kids entertained, and a brick wall is converted into a bench. Salvaged bricks are used to create a barbecue station and a small patio.

  • Vartan and Susie have a decent size yard, but it's divided up and of little use to them as is. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick devises a plan to unify the space by removing trees and using cascading steps to connect a revamped dining patio and cozy new lounge area. Their kids will get their own play area with a custom-built fort, and the rest of the yard will be spruced up with circular concrete pavers, and a vertical garden at the rear of the house.

  • Professional landscape designer and host Sara Bendrick joins designers James Young and Jeff Devlin to help homeowners overhaul the parts of their houses that they can't stand.

  • A wall-to-wall concrete backyard requires attention; one wall is covered with stucco and green space is created by removing chunks of concrete.

  • An active family craves a space that both reflects their lifestyle and is kid-friendly; yoga pavilion; outdoor shower and cabana; relaxing deck with a boat lounger; planted pathway with raised veggie beds.

  • Sara takes one backyard from junky to funky with a swanky cocktail lounge, a deck, seating and a bar.

  • Sara conjures her inner child to create a family-friendly space, which includes a plexiglass art easel and a truly organic balance beam for the children. Also: A sophisticated seating nook and custom benches with a view are added for the parents.

  • A yard that a family's dogs live in is made over into a space for the whole family.

  • Baron & Tenille need to upgrade their backyard to suit them, their two kids, and a trio of chickens. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick starts by modifying their existing shade structure to support a pair of hanging day beds to create a grand new entrance to the yard.

  • An outdoor dream space includes a patio, a barbecue island, and a shuffleboard table.

  • A yard is transformed using a rustic tuscan theme throughout it's design.

  • Joseph & Rowena purchased their home from Rowena's parents 9 years ago. They love the house, but with their purchase they inherited hundreds of potted orchids that belonged to Rowena's mom and they overwhelm the yard. They'd love to find a way to incorporate some of them so they call on Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick for help. An elegant living wall of orchids will surround a dining area, and a few more orchids will live inside a seating lounge surrounding a bold concrete fire pit. Additional features include a large koi pond and hanging planter made from an old pallet.

  • Jodi & her boyfriend Ryan have spent two years fixing up the interior of her house, but her mess of a backyard is too much for them to tackle on their own, so Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick comes in to clear out the clutter. She devises a plan to build a garden around an existing grapefruit tree using raised planter boxes. A new wooden pergola will cover an expanded dining patio, and a raised deck will be built around the existing hot tub. Mixed-material pathways will define the lawn, and a new fire pit area will be perfect for entertaining.