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Going Yard

Going Yard


In each episode professional landscaper Chris Lambton transforms a neglected backyard into an eye-popping outdoor family space, suitable for entertaining. Patios, water features, fire pits, arbors and truckloads of plants all will be revealed as the guests arrive to christen the new space with its first home run of a party. (Source: HGTV)
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A young couple determined to live close to the land, hires Chris and his crew to create a beautiful urban farm in their backyard. The couple already have a beehive, but they want to be able to walk outside their door to harvest an entire meal, and serve and prepare it in an outdoor dining area. Chris designs an eclectic backyard where the couple can grow and eat their own food in an inviting outdoor space. The new yard comes complete with raised planters for vegetables and herbs. Using a door salvaged from the couple's rickety wooden shed, Chris creates an adorable chicken coop and tool shed.

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Chris LambtonChris Lambton
As Himself (Co-Host)
Peyton WrightPeyton Wright
As Herself as Peyton Lambton (Co-Host)
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Warning: Going Yard guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: Educational | Family | Garden/Landscape | How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Network: HGTV ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 11:00 pm
Premiere: May 12, 2012
Episode Order: 14
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