I have two long flower beds that lay against the back of my house as seen in the picture below. I have Columbins, snapfdragons, irises, four o'clocks and i believe th... See more
I have an iron stairwell in my backyard, I have used a pressure washer to try to get the old paint off and underneath it's full of rust. Does anyone have a quick and ... See more
Too steep for just putting rock on it, but really don't want to tear it, budget friendly only.
We live in Spring Hill FL. Our backyard is nothing but sand and grass . There is way more sand than anything. What would you suggest to correct this.
Treeace garden arrangement ideas
Want to kill the grass around a tree so I can mulch around it.
I have an area in my yard that just will not grow any grass so I would love to turn into a flower bed or something nice. I really need ideas and what can I use as a b... See more
I have 2 tree stumps from recent dead tree removal. Any ideas on how to camouflage these? One is where sprinkler system spout is so can’t fully cover area. Thanks. ... See more
I have a lot of cracks in my driveway thanks to living in California ,the land of earthquakes, and I can't afford to repave it with cement. Any ideas for a cheaper wa... See more
Thinking of Bradford pear or some other hardy tree for southeastern Indiana.
One of our trees fell leaving some exposed roots and a large hole that now has a lot of unwanted vegetation. Should we chainsaw everything to below ground level then ... See more
Just bought a cabin on the Peshtigo River. How can we landscape sloping yard going down to river to make it safer to walk around the yard and walk right up to the riv... See more
Leveled the back yard and covered in gravel stones but that's too rough to play on and I don't want anything there I have to mow. What do I do to make it family frien... See more
Low maintenance, faces south.
Any ideas what we might plant in our full sun central Florida front yard? We are too old to be cutting grass anymore. Thanks in advance. Mike Lubman zadie0042@yahoo.... See more
We are getting ready to move into a newly built home. To help save on costs we are planning to landscape the front yard ourselves. I do love perennials and we live zo... See more
We have purchased this house and will move in soon! However, I have a little problem. As you can see by the photo, directly below the window there is a short piece of... See more
I have floodlights on both ends of my house on the back side and they illuminate the side yard and part of the back. One is LED and I love the brightness of it. The o... See more
Hey there, I am totally new to the home gardening thing, I'm trying to find of the best beginners advice on what I need to do to make a cute little garden. So far I h... See more
I'd like some advice re: enlisting help from neighbors in the Apt building I live in, with planting flowers and such so we can have a beautiful, entertaining flower g... See more
These landscape rocks were here when we moved in. As you can tell, they are jagged and sharp....my youngest has now hurt her back falling on them. So they have GOT ... See more
We live on a gravel road surrounded by corn/bean fields. So we don't get much traffic. I just want to give the outside my own personal touch. We have a big rock pile ... See more
Huge backyard, trying to beautify. Hal’s we use gravel? Which are other options that are long lasting and cost effective?
The growing season is short. The winters are long And when I do plant things the deer, squirrels, and chipmunks get to them. I just can’t seem to win. Please help.... See more