I'm a renter with a big backyard. I need to create an outdoor space with flooring and shade than can be removed easily if we ever decide to move. Nothing too tacky bu... See more
I’ve never had a garden before so I don’t know the first thing about plants.
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
Our very large willow tree (Bubba) is beautiful but I want to add more visual interest by planting several varieties of Hostas around the base of her, in particular, ... See more
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
Which is better for your flower gardens--mulch or pine straw?
I am 80 yrs old and would like for DIY to do a make over in my. Back yard. I have a large back yard and would love to have some way to cook out side. Can you help me... 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
I tried to do this myself i need to fix looks nasty Help!!!!
Looking for some feedback from people who own ponds or have built ponds.
How can I cover the front landscaping issue in front of my home. We already tore the hideous wall and bushes. Money is tight. Open to suggestions
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
I'm in a wheelchair and my yard is sand (NV.)
I live in Florida. Most of the homes in my community do not have rain gutters. the houses were built in 2001. Why wouldn't they have rain gutters?
covering. What can I do on a limited budget back there to cover the bare ground.
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
We found this baby bird in our yard. We can hear the mama bird calling from the nest. We fed it some earth worms. What can we do to help him?
Need to replace old concrete path and don't want tiles. Any thoughts?
What are the safest plants or shrubs, to plant in my chicken run to add some greenery? Without fear of poisoning my birds or then eating the plant? I want to add some... See more