What would be good for a small fairy garden that is in full sun.
I have a pile of chicken litter at back of my property from last summer. It is straw and chicken poo. We also had a couple of pigs, so it also has some pig poo in the... See more
I have a well pump in my front yard that desperately needs to be covered/hidden. I live in the country so I'm looking for a country theme. I've thought about a wishin... See more
Can a neighbor build a mailbox in the easement area of my property? I live on a corner lot. As you face my property, on the right, there is the main road. On my left,... See more
Bought a suburban house a year ago with a lovely green grass fenced backyard that has two pine trees and a slight grade up from the house to the back fence. My nei... See more
Treeace garden arrangement ideas
Hello there! I have a lawn which I can't keep mowed anymore. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I could create a nice garden without a lawn? Thank you!
Would like to not have to cut grass in between block and border.
The roots of my huge pine tree run in every direction in my front yard. It’s really difficult to mow because there are so many. Hitting them is really bad for my mo... See more
My sitting area was grated using a tractor blade. As soon as it rains there is going to be mud everywhere. I don’t care for pea gravel. What should I use to make... See more
Right now I have river rock in my flowerbeds. This looks awesome but the rocks always get moved and in my husbands way for mowing. I would like to put in a cement b... See more
The slope in front of our home is extremely overgrown with weeds, brush, and vines. What is the best way to remove this and preserve the slope?
I have a large backyard that has never been landscaped. I am a senior on Social Security. Is there a way to "dress" up my yard with little money to work with?
I have close to an acre backyard which I would love to make usable unfortunately, it floods approximately twice a year. I have spent over $6,500 for fill dirt and dit... See more
I'd like a totally rocked surface backyard area.....
What would be the most economical way to put pavers or river rock, etc in front of my house? My entrance is ground level with terra cotta stained concrete. My yard i... See more
I am enjoying making a front garden mainly using succulants like a large fairy garden as I love to feel the textures Wanting to know of succulants with bright colourf... See more
When we put an addition on the barn, the builder left the foundation sand as is and dumped crushed asphalt (which was not crushed well at all leaving large rocks and ... See more
We bought a house last summer on a nature reservoir with lots of pine trees and oaks on it. Part of the yard is very sandy (as it's understandable with pine trees), b... See more
My usual lawn service guy delivered and spread out the pea gravel. I purchased a full pallet of flagstones. He just laid them on top of the gravel (I was gone). I did... See more
55+ community in Richmond, Tx. Garden faces West by South West. Recommend plants that will tolerate Texas summers. Also easy maintenance and shrubs.
I know there's something out there that will break up clay soil and make it easier to work with. Other than digging up acres of this stuff, what can you recommend?