Ideals for the back yard kid friendly
Replace all the boring “brown”? Can’t put in grass or ground over because it is literally under water most of winter because of the lay of our land. Bark is t... See more
There is a valley between the garage and a mound of rock that creates a skating rink in the winter when the snow melts and re-freezes. This is where I have to walk t... See more
We back onto a forest. I have planted flowers but would like to improve on making it more beautifully landscaped to enjoy the look from our deck in the spring and sum... See more
I am 80 yrs old and would like for DIY to do a make over in my. Back yard. I have a large back yard and would love to have some way to cook out side. Can you help me... See more
We finally did something with our oak tree and I like the result, but some of the bricks aren't even. (See pics below). Of course the old tree has lots of huge roots,... See more
I let this go too far and now I don't know what to do to clean out all these weeds. First off, know that the very thought of possibly encountering a snake in all this... See more
how do I kill the lichen on my siding without killing the plants that are planted next to the wall
Where I lice the soil is hard packed clay about 4 inches down. Are there any plants that will survive in this soil. I've tried several and the survive for a short tim... See more
To exit our deck you have to walk out onto a muddy slope. The area gets very little sunlight so it stays messy and slick. Even our dog hates to walk on the area to go... See more
My mother is eighty years old and she say that from the 15th of each month is the best and it should grow fine. Is this true?
I really wanted a cottage/farm style home but long story short, ended up with a 60’s split level. I would like to add ‘curb appeal’. Can the siding be painted o... See more
I have a very small yard; however, I can't seem to get it to become green and thick. Any ideas how to do this easily? Thanks
About thirty foot made of old 2x6 lumber and 4x4 posts. Screening off our barn area from the backyard. I have built part of a multi level deck adjacent to the wall. S... See more
The slope in front of our home is extremely overgrown with weeds, brush, and vines. What is the best way to remove this and preserve the slope?
I have a rather large side yard that I would like to plant some fast growing trees on and would like some advice as to what to choose. It is a sun all day area and th... See more
I have close to an acre backyard which I would love to make usable unfortunately, it floods approximately twice a year. I have spent over $6,500 for fill dirt and dit... See more
i just built a raised garden bed and want to grow some morning glories and cucumbers to grow up but all the trellis around town are pressure treated and no good for g... See more
We bought a house last summer on a nature reservoir with lots of pine trees and oaks on it. Part of the yard is very sandy (as it's understandable with pine trees), b... See more
The quality of the soil is poor and the shade is dense.
I'd like to seed instead of sod. I'm thinking i need to scrap off any decent mulch to use in garden and plant areas. Should I rototill the soil to give a better base?... See more
I don’t want to have to worry about my vegetable plants dying if I go away for a few days. Thanks, Fran