I have a small are between my shed and fence and I don’t know what to do with it. The pictures show just about how much sun it gets, which is close to none. I am op... See more
I have a dirt driveway .what can I do to make it smooth and level.
what can i use to block our neighbours view ( especially when our blinds are open /at night its a rental so it cant be anything permanent
grass will not go because of the pine trees. Any thoughts or ideas would help me so much. Sent from my iPad
Fence Posts - What are your thoughts on using gravel, concrete, dirt or some combo to put in fence posts?
We've just finished installing our first three panels of our first phase of our fence project. We decided to put a couple inches of gravel in followed by fast setting... 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
something low maintenance
What's the quickest, most cost effective way to enhance you landscaping in the front of your house.
I have thess long concrete steps that were built a long time ago by my father. At first it was just surrounded by grass, and then my mother put alyssum plants in. Wel... See more
Someone said I need to put 2-inch of Paving sand down for the bricks to stay in place.
I need to put down some new mulch this Spring and I have seen the rubber mulch which looks pretty cool. I am wondering if anyone has used it and if they liked it.
Those of you who have mobility problems, what's your best use of a raised garden? Round, square, long rectangle, triangle, raised levels, more than one tier? Interest... See more
The small circle has hostas growing but I cannot get grass to grow under this little leaf linden tree
I just purchased this house and it has this stone work in the front yard. I'm not sure if I should tear it down or not. Any advise is greatly appreciated!
I have at least two hummingbirds at my feeder daily, but want to make sure I keep them coming into the yard so we can enjoy them. What are best flowers, or condition... See more
the rubber liner in my pond has a leak towards the top of the pond. I have searched every inch to find a hole, tear, rip, etc and can't find it. The water level stays... 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
I have several bird feeders with no trees for protection from the larger birds.
I want to ad something beautiful and usable.
A backyard pine-tree removal project has left our lawn all but gone. Admittedly, a lot of what we've called "grass" in the past has been weeds with some grass thrown ... See more