How do you get grass thats grown in your flower beds out?
The city decided one day to put sewer drains in three yards on our block. My house was one of them. However, not only did they not put something in front of the drain... See more
Our neighbor gave us crushed marble, but there wasn't enough to fill the area. We used carpet as landscape fabric, but it has disintegrated and is a mess.Last summer ... See more
I want to make a small wall using cinder blocks down a drivewaydo I need to dig up the ground to lay the cinder blocks or can I place directly on the ground
If the sun is directly on your house what plants can i plant that will stay green all year round
I would like flowering bushes (hydrangeas?) and shrubs that keeps their color during the cold months (NJ). I have not moved in yet...I will be in the house mid April.... See more
It has a say your bushes and explain
Hello,Can anyone recommend what I do to lay around my rose, lilac and rhododenron? There was a termite issue in the area that has been fixed and I want to prevent the... See more
Hiya!I moved into a 1970’s home a few years ago and I’ve nearly remodeled everything inside the house, but am having trouble outside.Its not in the budget to repa... See more
We have a signed contract to be completed by October to build a little house of 650 square feet. He has 200,000 of our moneyfor permits & materials. No work has been ... See more
I want to do some small landscaping with some aztek grasses and some croton. But I don't know how to begin. I live in florida and this is all sand. Do I shovel it out... See more
I want to use a colorful mulch because I want to update the front yard look!
I have three hives and need flowers that will support bees throughout the seasons. Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer .
We bought a house last summer on a nature reservoir with lots of pine trees and oaks on it. Part of the yard is very sandy (as it's understandable with pine trees), b... See more
I live in Phoenix with a tiny backyard with 6-small trees and a drip system. I am 79-years-old living with my 55-year-old daughter. We do not have much extra money fo... See more
Love my garden but have to ‘suit up’ because I hv chigars im extremely Allergic ...I’ve used wettable sulfur & diatomaceous earth & I suffer every year…please... See more
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.
It seems like most of what I plant rots because of the clay.
I’m not sure if I’ll use natural stone or cement squares. Do I really need to dig a level path or can I just lay the stones/squares where I want them?