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
We just bought a house and cut down ugly bushes but need to hide these pipes and ideas appreciated.
Where do I start?
We’re leveling out back to lay some brinks. My husband says to use sand and I say use the leaves etc. that’s already in the yard. Which is best?Thanks so much!
We recently did our fence on our property which was quite costly and installed a playground for our grandchildren but our grass is in horrible condition being Florida... See more
how do I kill the lichen on my siding without killing the plants that are planted next to the wall
Keep or chop down the Italian cypress?
Our dog keeps falling in our pool so we need a barrier around our pool. It doesn't have to be completely closed, just something to deter her from walking too close to... See more
The NW section of my back yard is a mess. There is a huge tree on the edge of my lot and on a slope. There are a lot of roots above ground, probably because of the wa... See more
What types of plants can I plant in front of my house for fall? Will they come back every year? And not expensive?
I can't afford to replace this ugly awning so I have to make do with what I have. Someone also stuck that cute little arbor in that corner and cemented it in place. N... See more
My back yard has no grass, plants or flowers. Dirt, dirt, dirt. Summer in Texas!!!
I am going to put cinder blocks at the front of house to continue the MCM look. If I stack them 3 high, which would be about 20” or so, and it will be apps 20 feet ... See more
Been buying mulch for yrs. What else is out there that won't cost a fortune any ideas thanks
I am a beginner. I have no tools. What can I do?
Need to replace old concrete path and don't want tiles. Any thoughts?
My old house seemed to have perfect soil. My new house has hard clay soil with bad drainage and a high water table. Poppies, peas, Lewisia, these are just a few of th... See more
I want to put a low growing perennial that will be abot 3 ft high and spreads and will survive in Connecticut. It does not have to flower. I would like it to be dense... See more
i LIVE ON THE 2ND FLOOR APARTMENT - FACING EAST, JUST A LITTLE TOWARDS NORTH......HAVE PLANTERS....NO DRAINING........WHAT CAN i PLANT? i SPENT $50 LAST YEAR AND THEY... See more