Want to make a succulent garden in a cement birdbath. Do I need to drill holes in the bottom for it to drain? I know succulents do not like too much water.
Can anyone tell me if I cut my grapevines back too far?
I bought this at a garage sale and had great plans to use it in my garden but I can not quite nail it. I painted it but it continues to rust out from the water. I was... See more
To grow around my air conditioner
I have a 4by 6 area for my dogs to go do their thing . I need to stop the mud many suggestions
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
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.
I want to start gardening with fruits vegetables and but my planting area is small. I want an apricot tree also where do I get that?
Back yard hill in Dallas, Georgia (near Marietta), new construction so has clay dirt. We need low maintenance-no mowing, dog friendly, prevent erosion during many rai... See more
Hiya!I moved into a 1970’s home a few years ago and I’ve nearly remodeled everything inside the house, but am having trouble outside.Its not in the budget to repa... See more
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 2 large trees in our front yard with an area in between that I’ve wanted to do something with but nothing seems to work. It’s an eye sore to say the least... 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....
I want to create some shade on the side of my driveway but my neighbors yard is twelve feet away from the building. i was thinking of using an awning but too expensi... See more
These landscape rocks were here when we moved in. As you can tell, they are jagged and sharp....my youngest has now hurt her back falling on them. So they have GOT ... See more
Hi. Our gravel driveway is about 70' long and I am looking for suggestions/ideas on how best to landscape it down each side. I haven't started anything yet but, in ... See more
I am going to install permeable pavers to help dog-proof my yard and driveway. WHat kind of grass is the best? Do you use seed or sod?THANKS!
We have a 6' x 9' fenced patio which is also covered by the patio above us. It receives partial sun from the northwest, and rain falls between the floorboards above.... 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