I have a large cottonless cottonwood in my yard that has sent out many roots that are above the surface of the yard. Can these be cut back without harming the tree?
I need ideas on how to decorate the area. I am told I need a tree but I want to tie up more property of the yard. I am looking to mow as little as possible. The pic... See more
I have at least 6 acres and with a long drive covered by trees however the empty eyesore that im able to pay attention to finally is the yard and lack there of if you... See more
good morning!we bought our house in December and now that the snow is melting (Upstate New York) I’m looking forward to working in the yard but I have no clue what ... See more
I have thess long concrete steps that were built a long time ago by my father. At first it was just surrounded by grass, and then my mother put alyssum plants in. Wel... See more
Nosey neighbors looking over fence
What can I do with this large area where grass will not grow. Smaller are has hosted.
we're having to have a new sewer line put down, they have totally dug up our front yard, destroyed all the grass and most of my plants, they had to go down 20 feet to... See more
I really wanted a cottage/farm style home but long story short, ended up with a 60’s split level. I would like to add ‘curb appeal’. Can the siding be painted o... See more
Want to replace this border. Don't want lattice or anything flimsy. Any ideas?
Low maintenance, faces south.
We need some advice. As you look at the front of our home we just bought, you can see a strip of concrete running under the large window in front. It goes nowhere and... See more
Ive been reading your post and I'm looking to do a dry river bed, so far I have not seen anything. Any help would be helpful.
My landscaper planted some plants and the dirt from the ball is way above the ground (see picture) is this the right way to plant them? There are 10 of them.