When it rains, my flower bed fills to the top. What can I do to stop this before it's time to plant?
which is cheaper to use initially and cheaper and easier to maintain? Also would like a path and garden beds.
My garage and patio were recently completed. The contractor spread seed and mulch on the exposed dirt which is over half of my yard. My sod was perfect until he lai... 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
Need landscaping suggestions for the area under and around my deck. I had a stone wall and steps added but it needs help
I want to lay rock with out grass and weeds coming through it
Our house faces South and we have no shade after removing a tree a few years ago. I want to plant a cully river birch 20 feet away and on the left front of the house ... See more
Hi, I have Deer all around me but they won't visit me.I put out corn, vegs. Deer urine, I have no other pets that frighten them away. I don't know why they won't come... See more
Make over s very small yard that is curved & full of tree roots . I can’t do this myself & I cannot grow grass either .
The previous owner had railroad ties we are trying to repair but want to see any options before we rock it (all as the railroad ties are no longer best way)
My daughter and I live next door to each other. Her young children like to go back and forth from house to house. The only problem is when it rains or snows. The pat... See more
I have an area in my yard with dirt. I don’t have a green thumb. What could I do instead
20'x50' grass and side flower beds to gravel paths meandering around paver edged tree and plant groupings
55+ community in Richmond, Tx. Garden faces West by South West. Recommend plants that will tolerate Texas summers. Also easy maintenance and shrubs.
, and needs least care?