We just moved to Huntsville, TX and I don’t know what kind of ground cover plant to use that can survive the heat and sun and the strange red dirt! We had to build ... See more
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
How do I create a succulent garden along a narrow bedding area (see photo)? I want to have a high/low design with some plants that grow taller against the house and... See more
I'M GETTING OLDER AND NEED TO PLAN SOMETHING DOWN BY OUR SHED THAT ISBOUNTIFUL, TALL AND COLORFUL. WHAT PERENNIALS WOULD THAT BE?
Friends, my husband wants to build a truly modern style home. Which is fine with me. All I want is a big, lush vegetable garden (really I want chickens and maybe a mi... See more
Hi! Our back yard is rock and has this "upper landing". My husband is clearing out the overgrown weeds and trees... We then plan on removing the metal frame by the st... See more
I am moving into a new house and have an awkward concert slab at the front door. No porch and sloped yard. Any suggestions on how to landscape for Colorado weather?
Trying to find the most cost effective way to do a sizable area in pavers along with an above ground fire pit?
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 neighbors next door have a sprinkler system that seems to be on all the time. i had to replace a wooden fence which had rotted (now I know why). Now I have a bloc... See more
I live in Carrollton Texas and the tree covers most of my front lawn. I am looking for suggestions that are drought friendly if possible. Thanks for any help! Cheri... See more
Full sun. Minimal care needed. Preferrably less than 2 ft high
Quick way to beautify the front yard with flowers & bushes that require little maintenance. Also a fun easy idea to make my backyard family friendly.
Need to replace old concrete path and don't want tiles. Any thoughts?
I have an area in my yard with dirt. I don’t have a green thumb. What could I do instead
It seems like most of what I plant rots because of the clay.
I want to grow as many tomato plants as I can in that area but I don't know how to organize it. What else could I grow with it? I hear you shouldn't grow peppers near... See more
we have a deck and rollup shades but when shades are not down, we are on full view to our neighbors.what can we put on the one side of our deck that will create more ... 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