Ideals for the back yard kid friendly
Replace all the boring “brown”? Can’t put in grass or ground over because it is literally under water most of winter because of the lay of our land. Bark is t... See more
Can anyone tell me if I cut my grapevines back too far?
I tried to trim my burning bushes but ended up making them look awful. Now I feel like I should remove and replace them with something else. Any suggestions? I woul... See more
Hey there, first time gardner here. I live in Pennsylvania. When would you say I should begin planting. And any tips or tricks you guys can offer would be fantastic! ... See more
the lilies of the valley are taking over an area of the yard and i want to stop the spread
HI all! I just bot my 1st house + it's a blank canvas, I love it! I'm working on adding flowers/plants. I have added (in containers for now) roses, azaleas + a few v... See more
Hi, I have about 30 pots filled with succulents and need some ideas on how I could arrange them so my backyard doesn't look so unkempt! Should I put them in the groun... See more
Looking for info and resources on constructing a hog wire fence (e.g. 'metal mesh' fence). I added a few pics for example and you can also take a look at this link ... See more
Even tho I see kits for sale, I am interested in making stepping stones from scratch--possibly as many as 8-10--These will be used for kids to place their names & the... See more
my husbands late wife planted this lovely red rhododenron plant 5 years ago along the back fence .I love admiring it in the summer when it has the most beautiful red ... See more
I need to make quite a few and it will be a well trafficked area so they need to be very durable. I dont have a lot of $$ but I would like them to look nice... not ju... See more
If the sun is directly on your house what plants can i plant that will stay green all year round
Since I don't have lots of space?
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
I am a senior lady too old to cut grass and can not afford a gardener on fixed income. What ground cover can I plant that can withstand Bakersfield ca. summer heat... See more
We want to give up on French drains which plug after a few years and just make it look attractive. Too wet for any planting, even bamboo.
Huge backyard, trying to beautify. Hal’s we use gravel? Which are other options that are long lasting and cost effective?
I'm using the square-foot gardening tool with Farmer's Almanac Garden Planner to plan my veggie garden. I'd like to try a 3-sister garden this year for part of my gr... See more
I have an 18 ft round poly group pool, it is the pro series and the liner is stronger then the intex. I have been told by people even in the north to lower water leve... See more
The property is on a lake and i’d Love to have it look better