Just an FYI that laying new grass is not an option for me.
For years I have sat at my desk and looked at two half-dead, all-grown-together trees in the front yard by my mailbox. Yesterday I had them cut down to ground level ... See more
I found a beautiful piece of a tree limb that twisted off during a storm, it was beautiful just like it is but I need to dress it up. Hopefully your ideas will help m... See more
I'd love to have some water life and my yard.
West facing brick exterior wall heats my daughter's bedroom. Looking for attractive, successful plans using trellis with perennial climbing plant to cool down this ar... See more
Water lines are in the area, so nothing invasive. This is corner of our house in front landscaping. We are in zone 6
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
I am building a 2-3 tier rock garden (depends on rock sizes). I have lined the bottom with newspaper. I have noticed many holes between rocks. I want to line the side... See more
We have just retired to a house in Tennessee and want to start a garden with the herbs and vegetables that we love to save money and for better nutrition. The soil ... See more
2 acres, 3B-2B not kept up for 5 years. I’ve trimmed trees, pulled carpet and pad to try to eliminate the odor of a Pomeranian puppy mill. Can you say Kilz! Haha! ... 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 have an almost vertical sloping hill in my backyard, so difficult to cut. I want to either plant a fast growing ground cover that is inexpensive, or cover it with s... See more
I just pulled 2 dead bushes out of the front of this house on either side of the tree. Any idea what would look really nice to plant. I am stumped. I was to jazz i... 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?
I have a vinyl liner pool that is 20x40, it's a nightmare, replaced liners very two years, leaks, etc! Need ideas on using the space where pool is but needs some fres... 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.
Buying trees for my fairy gardens are expensive at the craft stores. I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas for some, other than a Palm or pine tree?Thanks
Neighbour has changed elevation between our houses with gravel,soil,stones etc and now I have water in my basement after heavy rain etc. He also has a downspout that ... See more