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If you're lucky enough to run into an HGTV/DIY Network personality while shopping for grass seed, don't run the other way. The happenstance could be your ticket to a brand new backyard. Licensed landscape contractors search home improvement stores for weekend warriors who could use a pro's expertise. Willing participants are then followed home to commence the "crash" -- for two days, the landscape pro and his team of contractors and artisans completely remake the drab backyard into a relaxing retreat worth thousands of dollars. Ahmad Hassan, Matt Blashaw and Chris Lambton alternate as hosts.

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From the most challenging yard to the biggest transformation, Chris Lambton and Matt Blashaw go head-to-head to see who crashes the best; they also offer pro tips to help one square off against a backyard space.
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It's a win-win when an amazing backyard can be designed with reclaimed goods, drought-tolerant landscaping, or natural materials; these transformations show how one can create breathtaking spaces with used items or natural elements.
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Chris Lambton and Matt Blashaw show how some of their biggest transformations extend usable living space into backyards, creating living room features made with modern materials that weather well and look beautiful.
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From a fireplace flanked with water walls to floating decks built around three reflecting pools, a look at incredible outdoor spaces that take fire and water features to the next level.
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Matt Blashaw and Chris Lambton count down their ten favorite yards, calling out special features from floating tables to garage wall beer taps; they take a look at each yard, find a solution to its needs, and transformation them.
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Matt Blashaw and Chris Lambton take a look at their best outdoor kitchens, complete with wide grilling stations, fantastic finishes, and huge dining tables with room for friends and families.
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Unsuspecting people receive landscape transformations.
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Unsuspecting people receive landscape transformations.

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