My question would be: is there any easy way to spread mulch when the bag is so heavy. I'm a senior that doesn't have a lot of muscles. Any suggestions?
I have a large deck area that I would like to enjoy BUT when I go outside I get the great view of my neighbors ugly shed that stands approx. 16 feet high and his camp... See more
I have no grass in front yard, completely shaded. I've tried mulch, small pebbles, dogs just use for bathroom and cats.Too expensive for rocks, or stones. Ground cove... See more
If the sun is directly on your house what plants can i plant that will stay green all year round
I live in Florida. Most of the homes in my community do not have rain gutters. the houses were built in 2001. Why wouldn't they have rain gutters?
I moved to an area where the land is mostly clay and rock. We have tried to grow grass but it's not growing and continues to be dry, patchy, and dying. Any advice to ... See more
I would like to turn area to the right of front door into a little courtyard seating area.
When we get heavy rain, the bark mulch washes out of my flower bed. I'm thinking of using shredded hardwood mulch instead. It's alot of work and I'm wondering if it ... See more
s it necessary to lay plastic under clay dirt or pebble rock when changing landscape? We're planning a change soon to succulents and lantana
I live in Carrollton Texas and the tree covers most of my front lawn. I am looking for suggestions that are drought friendly if possible. Thanks for any help! Cheri... See more
This is a new house and so the side yard was initially a lawn. I prefer to grow flowers (attract bees) instead of a lawn, so based on articles I read about lasagna ... See more
Looking to put up an INEXPENSIVE , fairly simple yet non-tacky screen to block out our side yard from the road and the "car lot" across the street. Spans about 24 fe... See more
I have an area in my yard with dirt. I don’t have a green thumb. What could I do instead
use to have a what lush lawn and now it’s only dirt
I have so many pine trees which I love, but due to it being so shady, grass wont grow there. Not sure if this falls into a DIY advice.