How do I hide a tree stump and a pipe behind it?
How to camouflage a large tree root
I have a hole, in the middle of the ground, in my backyard, filled with good top soil, about 1.5 feet deep. It has lots of tomato plants in it, but every time it rain... See more
We live in Orange County California just had our Landscaping done very expensive. It seems that the concrete that was poured never fully dried or cured not sure. All ... See more
What should I do about these I'm trying to do my backyard and need some ideas these borders were there when i got the house and where the grass is are little gar... See more
I have an area in my yard that I am assuming was where a tree was at one time. This area is sinking and I would like to build it up but it keeps sinking no matter ho... See more
I need ideas for the front of my home, it doesn’t have very nice curb appeal.
Someone said I need to put 2-inch of Paving sand down for the bricks to stay in place.
I am older and don’t want to dig
So we bought this house in North Texas With a strange slab of concrete in front of our house I would really like to just get rid of it but it’s a pretty thick slab ... See more
Make over s very small yard that is curved & full of tree roots . I can’t do this myself & I cannot grow grass either .
My front yard is ugly. The "plantings" are currently weeds!i need suggestions for foundation shrubs and flowering plants.Help!
I have dreamed about turning my backyard into my private little Zen, peaceful sanctuary unfortunately I don’t know where to begin. I wish and hope there is an affor... See more
My back yard sits on a down slope. I would like to landscape and enjoy this area. Also on a more serious note during the spring if it rains heavy for a couple of d... See more
Been buying mulch for yrs. What else is out there that won't cost a fortune any ideas thanks
The ground is hard. I have tried all kind of store brand grass seads. Nothing seems to penetrate that ground.
I want to relandscape my front yard but the soil is rock hard. I really do not want to double dig as that would be back breaking work for me. Any suggestions?
Buying trees for my fairy gardens are expensive at the craft stores. I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas for some, other than a Palm or pine tree?Thanks
My backyard is low so every time it rains I have standing water. Right now there is about 3 inches. My dogs have a difficult time out there so say the least, the mud ... See more
I would like year round flowers and nice seating