My question would be: is there any easy way to spread mulch when the bag is so heavy. I'm a senior that doesn't have a lot of muscles. Any suggestions?
the lilies of the valley are taking over an area of the yard and i want to stop the spread
I've been trying to find some ideas on incorporating bricks and rocks in my flower garden.
I dug up low-lying, spreading azaleas in front of my front door and translated them in the side yard. Their had been 3 tiers there for many years, made from landscape... See more
I have rocks that line my sidewalk they are about a foot wide, and span from the house to the sidewalk (about 20 metres). I tried using a shovel to remove them and I ... See more
I have an area under a tree and the grass isn't growing well there. I would like to make a patio, but there are a lot of roots from the tree, so I don't know what med... See more
I would like flowering bushes (hydrangeas?) and shrubs that keeps their color during the cold months (NJ). I have not moved in yet...I will be in the house mid April.... 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?
Leveled the back yard and covered in gravel stones but that's too rough to play on and I don't want anything there I have to mow. What do I do to make it family frien... See more
I am a senior lady too old to cut grass and can not afford a gardener on fixed income. What ground cover can I plant that can withstand Bakersfield ca. summer heat... See more
covering. What can I do on a limited budget back there to cover the bare ground.
yard slopes a little
I have this rock area in my front yard and I just hate it! I need to do something with it. I have thought about putting a pond in the area but not sure how to have it... See more
For flower and vegetable gardens
My home flooded, there is a drainage ditch running between my home and another it always overflows. i have to worry every time it rains hard. Close call yesterday.
It's wood. Very sturdy and straight. Help!!! I love my yard, and need ideas. Taking it down is not an option.