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
Just bought a house with a dirt backyard with a very large tree in the middle of it.
When it rains the moisture remains under the deck for a long time because there is no drainage. There are no openings at the bottom of the deck to allow water to esca... See more
What's your secret to having to bag up a lot of leaves?
Hi,My children love to swim. Being winter, we plan to construct an indoor swimming pool and spa. My husband has diabetics and is gaining fat. The doctor suggested to ... See more
Last year I mulched some of my gardens with wood chips .I have read that it is important to remove the old mulch before adding new this spring. Honestly that seems li... See more
I have a lot of cracks in my driveway thanks to living in California ,the land of earthquakes, and I can't afford to repave it with cement. Any ideas for a cheaper wa... See more
I want do do some raised garden boxes for veggies. But I also love flowers and would love to have some in same box. Can I mix the two. And if so what plants go best t... See more
Need a flower/ plant that Requires little TLC . I have succulents and cactus ( I have been known to kill cactus )
I have two huge trees in my backyard. No grass will grow. I’ve gone through several seasons with planting grass and it dies. I think it’s the trees with it’s bi... See more
I would like to build a stone wall in my front yard. Does anyone have any great ideas on where to get cheap stones and tips on building one? Thanks!
My back yard has no grass, plants or flowers. Dirt, dirt, dirt. Summer in Texas!!!
We have grass area which is about120 ft long to our wood dock and would like a walkway 4 ft wide to have..there is a incline in the landscape..
Also, what color of birdbath works best?
We have used the plastic bricks etc, wooden 3 foot sections from Home Depot etc. Id like round stone but too pricey!
I have several bird feeders stuck in the ground outside of my kitchen window. How can I make the whole area look attractive and avoid having to mow around it?
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’m not sure if I’ll use natural stone or cement squares. Do I really need to dig a level path or can I just lay the stones/squares where I want them?
My husband and I just moved to Iowa, and have no idea what types of plants to use in outdoor planters or when to plant them. Ideas, please?