Hey all - We have recently bought a condo and plan to innovate new ideas for my new condo. My first step is to design a patio in my backyard surrounded by the pool. W... See more
the lilies of the valley are taking over an area of the yard and i want to stop the spread
The water is creating a mud pond in the backyard and it constantly drains. I’ve researched some ideas to use plants but I don’t know where to start. It’s an obv... See more
Waterfall and very colorful.
I am moving to Arizona from the midwest and need to have some ideas for a veggie garden.
I have a very small yard; however, I can't seem to get it to become green and thick. Any ideas how to do this easily? Thanks
I recently took down our above ground pool and now have a 24' diameter circle of sand that is a couple inches deep in my yard. Any idea on what to do about this? We c... See more
I would like to hear what other people have done to create a secret area in their backyard. I've been saving pictures on Pinterest to help me decide just how I want t... See more
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
Want to get rid of as much grass in the front yard as possible can't decide on what shape to do budgets a problem to I need suggestions
I am laying my own brick patio and need to find the best edging. Any thoughts?
Also, what color of birdbath works best?
A friend told me it is recommended, to keep the fire from eventually burning through the metal. Is that correct?
How best to fertilize and overseed a neglected lawn full of moss, weeds and poor grass growth?
I dug up a garden space and it's all clay. Is there anything I can add to it to make it good soil?
I have 2 4x8 gardens that I tried chicken wire on last year and it looked pretty bad by the end of the season. Just trying to get some ideas for this year.
I have a 3 foot slope from back wall to flat area that is currently covered with rocks and held (barely) by railroad ties. We live in desert area, so not much will gr... See more