I live in a 0 lot line. The corner brick here is where my house ends. U can see neighbors porch in pic. I want to put up a lattice panel but have no idea how to or wh... See more
We made this fire pit outside and it needs something behind it. Any suggestions would be great, we will be adding some small red stone around it.
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
our flower beds have become overrun with mut grass (looks like monkey grass but it isn't
In a rental and have a backyard full of rocks- looking for solutions that can be laid on top and removed some day? Thank you!!
I've had this tree for 30 years and its a fast grower. I think its reached its tallest height. About 5 years ago i had a landscaper prune it to about 7 feet from 20 f... See more
I recently took down our above ground pool and now have a 24' diameter circle of sand that is a couple inches deep in my yard. Any idea on what to do about this? We c... See more
i can’t get grass to grow, and when it rains it gathers in the back corner. I have two dogs that are either dirt dogs or mud dogs. I’m losing my mind. Some ideas,... See more
Our goldfish & koi have been attacked probably by a raccoon. We put out an animal trap but have only caught squirrels. Any ideas to protect the pond, we are so unha... See more
I would like to add flower pots and furniture in my front yard but I have experienced theft in the past. Any suggestions?
Need some ideas for Mid Century (1962 house) for front landscaping. Just want to give a nod to the era . Plan on painting bricks (grey/greens of the house) in a "us... See more
I have a narrow dirt patch on my porch which is meant to be a flower bed, I suppose. It is about 1 1/2 feet wide and about 10-20 feet long (I haven't measured it) . ... See more
I know there's something out there that will break up clay soil and make it easier to work with. Other than digging up acres of this stuff, what can you recommend?
I want to put a low growing perennial that will be abot 3 ft high and spreads and will survive in Connecticut. It does not have to flower. I would like it to be dense... See more
I'm using the square-foot gardening tool with Farmer's Almanac Garden Planner to plan my veggie garden. I'd like to try a 3-sister garden this year for part of my gr... See more
At the moment, the path is a row of random tiles & slabs, which move when i drag the garden hose...