#21 Staged Green Canvas
Using a bit of strong wire, you can build easy to move shade planks. Form your wire into half tents and snap your green cloth over the top to create a shaded haven for small plants.
#22 Table Tubes
If you have a plastic table or buildable pipes, you can create your own shade tent like in the example below. Set up your pipes like a table but instead of the top pull your cloth over the final piece.
#23 Bone Garden
Simply clip your cloth over the top of the structure and place it over your garden.
#24 Pallet Shade
Pallets are used in moving shipments and large amounts of product. These wooden planks can create the perfect shade for your garden.
#25 Repurposed Cloth
Using proper arches, or ones you’ve made yourself spread the cloth across posted structures that cover your garden.
#26 Repurposed Canvas
You can always reuse canvas bags and materials in your garden. Flatten out and clean your canvas before piping through wires to arch over your greens.
#27 Folding Panels
Most gardening shade cloth has buttons and claspers that can be wrapped around any structure to create a haven for shaded plants.
#28 Growing Greens
If your backyard rarely sees the sun, you may have to do some creative planting. Using a mix of tall and low plants can fill up a small space in no time.
#29 Floating Canopy
Floating canopies can spread across wide patios and offer plenty of shade. Since they hang from your roof to a fixed point, they also don’t take up any space.
Harness your shade by posting up your own blinds for your patio space. Pull-down sun blinds are perfect for controlling how much sun is shining in your yard.