I’ve read that base rock (crushed stone) is normally used as the base for a pea gravel patio? I have removed my above ground pool, and I am left with compacted sand... See more
Looking for low maintenance plants and greenery. I love Dwarf English boxwoods. The area is almost always sunny. I think an island in the middle of the yard would be ... See more
I have a trench running down my lawn separating the grass from the mulch. I want to make it look professional. Is there a certain shovel to do this or maybe use a spa... See more
good morning!we bought our house in December and now that the snow is melting (Upstate New York) I’m looking forward to working in the yard but I have no clue what ... See more
We're looking into the SimTex vinyl privacy fence that is sold at Home Depot. Anyone know anything about SimTex? Thanks!
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
Front entry to home , want something pretty
Backyard, uneven, and want to create a pea gravel cover for my dogs. How do I insure I slope it correctly so waterwill flow away from house.Thank youSharon
my husbands late wife planted this lovely red rhododenron plant 5 years ago along the back fence .I love admiring it in the summer when it has the most beautiful red ... See more
Since I don't have lots of space?
Thinking of Bradford pear or some other hardy tree for southeastern Indiana.
This is what my yard looks like .. I was trying to think of what to do , I know I will wait till the winter to tackle it don't want to disturb the snakes .lol
We have several oak trees around us that caused quite a bit of problems in different places around our home. When it rains it floods my sidewalk close to my front do... 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
We had our front yard redone in drought tolerant scape. the drip system did not work at the start. ( my husband and daughter worked on it and did a pretty good job,... See more
20'x50' grass and side flower beds to gravel paths meandering around paver edged tree and plant groupings
I just moved to town 8 miles out of DC.half of my lot has 3 old oaks, a large holy tree and some shade flowers. The front, no shade. Need shade ground cover and flowe... See more
I'd like to seed instead of sod. I'm thinking i need to scrap off any decent mulch to use in garden and plant areas. Should I rototill the soil to give a better base?... See more
i have bark both in my front and backyar. I would like to swit to grass.
I bought this Texas Star over 15 yrs we Love it so but it's outgrown its spot. I know it needs to be moved but when is the best time & how can I separate it so we don... See more
Suggestions for this rather eyesore at the front of our house? Other than putting pinestraw down ... and not using annuals! Im thinking of a larger palm maybe or Just... See more
It is the size of a small but deep pool. About 8 to 9 feet deep and 6 to 7 feet wide.