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backside of house faces west, so it only gets late, hot, afternoon sun. It also seems to be the worst area for collecting the fallen leaves from trees.it is an ugly b... See more
i got to kill the grass and weeds to start over, any ideas?
Need a bit of guidance here, I have tough yard and my contractors are going to pour concrete over some large boulders and filled in the remaining area with parts of o... See more
I have an area in my yard that I am assuming was where a tree was at one time. This area is sinking and I would like to build it up but it keeps sinking no matter ho... See more
We are starting hobby farm from scratch. Do I plant vegetable garden first? Then get chickens? Then start bee hives? Or would you advise a different prioritizatio... See more
I'd love to have some water life and my yard.
Had a vegetable garden for years, now nothing will grow. After we had the soil tested, we did what the Agriculture Extension Office advised. Still zilch.
How can I cover the front landscaping issue in front of my home. We already tore the hideous wall and bushes. Money is tight. Open to suggestions
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'm going to have a garden this year, I have not had a garden for many years. What is the best time to start preparing the area for planting? 🤔
I'm in a wheelchair and my yard is sand (NV.)
My front yard is ugly. The "plantings" are currently weeds!i need suggestions for foundation shrubs and flowering plants.Help!
We are thinking of building a flagstone patio across this back yard. (We are right on a golf course.) want to leave these 2 crepe myrtles. Thoughts, ideas....
I don't want to use electricity outside and besides, I live in Phoenix where sunshine is plentiful!
I have several bird feeders with no trees for protection from the larger birds.
Full sun. Minimal care needed. Preferrably less than 2 ft high
What can I do with my concrete slab ~10 ft by 15 ft to make it look and feel inviting?
my neighbors house is higher than mine. Their drain pipes are aimed at my house causing a lot of water just laying next to the house. How can I prevent all this wate... See more