I live on a pretty steep hill. We used railroad ties to build a three tier retaining wall. Originally it was going to just be planted with bushes and ornamental grass... See more
used to be liriope, but dug it all up maybe 5 yrs ago. Planted shade grass which lasted 2 seasons. Then plowed up the yard again and now it's tree mulch with azaleas,... See more
I have already used an outdoor grout sealer, but I am wondering if there is something else to use to strengthen it more.
I get a lot of birds in my back yard. For now I am using a large cake pan as a bird bath. I ordered an expensive bird bath on line and it turned out to be just barely... See more
Would like to not have to cut grass in between block and border.
I live in an area of Texas and a lots of deer. We have a tall fence so the deer can't jump over. I have laid black plastic down to take care of the grass and weeds. C... See more
Are Primulas suitable for floating planters? Other plant suggestions welcomed
I live in Bakersfield, CA. The ground is horrid! Very hard and dry-desert. What plants are evergreen (other than yucca and cactus) and how should I prepare the ground... See more
i am looking to build a fenced in area for for dogs. The fence doesn’t have to be fancy because it will be inside a fenced area. I just want my yard back!! Any idea... See more
We are thinking of building a flagstone patio across this back yard. (We are right on a golf course.) want to leave these 2 crepe myrtles. Thoughts, ideas....
we live in central CA need an easy to care for minimum upkeep area. Wandt no grass and prefer evergreen shrubs , perennials, plants from the Mediterranean area love ... See more
The side yard of the north side of my house didn't have much visual interest, so I added a shade garden. Using my garden spade, I removed a strip of sod along the sid... See more
I have floodlights on both ends of my house on the back side and they illuminate the side yard and part of the back. One is LED and I love the brightness of it. The o... See more
The ground is hard. I have tried all kind of store brand grass seads. Nothing seems to penetrate that ground.