We moved here last August. There was not a tree or anything in the front yard except a lawn. It looked pretty bare. We wanted to do something to give it a little... See more
I have already used an outdoor grout sealer, but I am wondering if there is something else to use to strengthen it more.
Our house faces South and we have no shade after removing a tree a few years ago. I want to plant a cully river birch 20 feet away and on the left front of the house ... See more
Last year I mulched some of my gardens with wood chips .I have read that it is important to remove the old mulch before adding new this spring. Honestly that seems li... See more
The home I recently purchased looks to have had a koi pond in the backyard at some point. Please give me some ideas of what would look nice in this area now. I greatl... See more
I want to start gardening with fruits vegetables and but my planting area is small. I want an apricot tree also where do I get that?
I want to make the side of my house more appealing. The biggest problem here is that when it rains the water washes away mulch, etc. French drains were installed over... See more
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
I am laying my own brick patio and need to find the best edging. Any thoughts?
We have grass area which is about120 ft long to our wood dock and would like a walkway 4 ft wide to have..there is a incline in the landscape..
My back yard has so much dry & brown matted grass that it doesn't grow nice green grass anymore. What can i do to it in the Spring to have a nice Summer lawn?
Our new garden has a yucky brown/orange fencing with little privacy. Can you recommend ideas to help with this please in quick growing shrubs etc. Some shrubs will... See more
I have several bird feeders stuck in the ground outside of my kitchen window. How can I make the whole area look attractive and avoid having to mow around it?
Small 20 x 20 dirt (when dry), mud (when wet), mostly shady areaan inexpensive way to cover area?Thanks
I am a beginner. I have no tools. What can I do?
Mowing this hill is almost dangerous. It looks boring, and I'd like to change that. I live in the Midwest, zone 3. Thanks.
At the moment, the path is a row of random tiles & slabs, which move when i drag the garden hose...
Summer can be brutal in the California Valley. My backyard plants only get shade in late afternoon. I'm looking for an easy and attractive way to cover then, as neede... See more
One is next to the driveway and is fairly large. I live in Indianapolis, IN. PS. I’m not real crazy about doing yard work so short of hiring someone, I need this... See more