When it rains the moisture remains under the deck for a long time because there is no drainage. There are no openings at the bottom of the deck to allow water to esca... See more
I just purchased a house with two hillsides that are too steep to cut with a mower. I need suggestions on a fast growing ground cover. I do not like ivy. I live in Pe... See more
My water feature is losing water. I think I may have a leak. Does anyone know someone who does repairs?
Powder Springs/Marietta/Kennesaw/Acworth areas
Trumpet vine is established in the middle of our flowerbed. It is under the lawncloth and mulch, intertwining with the other plans and spreading in all directions. ... See more
I have a 4by 6 area for my dogs to go do their thing . I need to stop the mud many suggestions
I have been doing alot of research on the natural swimming pools, does anyone have one? If so how do you like it compared to the standard chemical pool?
We have this area that is in the back that shows some outdoor stuff my husband doesn’t want to get rid of and I would like to cover it from view from our pond and p... See more
Design front yard using black mulch & rock (river). ?? Desert theme.
Come spring I want to plant flowers in the corner of my yard that is by the highway, what would be some good, pretty flowers to plant?
buikder of my new home won’t fix my back yard which is falling apart.
What would be the most economical way to put pavers or river rock, etc in front of my house? My entrance is ground level with terra cotta stained concrete. My yard i... See more
I currently have mulch and a few stepping stones under the feeder and it is difficult to clean up the shells that fall. I have thought of patio blocks or cement. Wh... See more
While this is not the "front" of my home it is the first thing you see when driving in the driveway and going to the front door. Sod is not the answer, as the ground ... See more
Plenty of space, but would like to keep it at twelve feet square
yard slopes a little
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 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?
My usual lawn service guy delivered and spread out the pea gravel. I purchased a full pallet of flagstones. He just laid them on top of the gravel (I was gone). I did... See more
I have a flower bed on the west side of my garage that needs an upgrade! The spot gets the hot afternoon sun and I am not very religious about watering so it can get... See more
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
I live in a mountain and have fenced the yard with a fence 8 ft tall attached to 2.5 inch pipes. But I feel anyone can get inside without much trouble.