I have 3 large dogs in a backyard. They wrestle non stop and have literally either trodden down every blade of grass, dug it up or, in the case of shrubbery, chewed i... See more
I have a 2 year old Golden Lab.I also have 4 kids. We have an all concrete back yard with just its borders surrounded by dirt and vacant of plant life. A small corner... See more
How do you get grass thats grown in your flower beds out?
I want to build a play area for my dogs that they can dig and use as a bathroom. What is the safest thing to use instead of sand?
i got to kill the grass and weeds to start over, any ideas?
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 just purchased my first home! I don't even know what to call the front area. My detached garage is in front of my townhouse. I have a nice walk way to my front. My ... See more
Would love advice or ideas on how to landscape front of my house and what color you recommend for the front door. It's a semi detached home (the one on the right).
Want to finish the backyard 21x16’. Existing a patio with gazebo.12x12.garden home separated by neighbours with PVC fence and in the back that gives to a wooded a... See more
I was re-seeding the lawn and of course I ran out of topsoil. I found 3 unopened bags of Jiffy organic seed mixture in the basement and was wondering if this would be... 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
this is the back door of my house . i put gravel there but its soo boring. what can i do to make pretty. i do not have a green thumb. photos and drawing are welcome a... 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
I have several bird feeders with no trees for protection from the larger birds.
The walkway is curved shaded area (PA). Flowers or plants need to be 2-4 inches in height. Would Perfer perennial. Flower bed is 3 ft wide and 6ft long.Any suggestion... See more
I have a hillside off my driveway with dirt erosion,I live in Pa with lots of rain and snow.
I want to build some pathways in my backyard. I plan on using decomposed granite. Do I need to put down round-up first? There is a lot of territory to cover.