We bought the house two years ago knowing we had this drain in our yard. The previous owner had two toddlers so we figured it must not be that big of a deal. We use o... See more
Hello, need to landscape my backyard and would like to take my time and do it myself but looking for what plants, some colorful, that I can use that will not attract ... See more
3 ft x 10ft area-bad soil-what is a good ground cover-nobody sees this area except me this is complete shade thanks how can I make this area better without re... See more
I am wanting to plant some fruit trees and bushes but am terrified that I will somehow do it “wrong.” With both aesthetics and production in mind, how do you prop... See more
Because electric and plumbing are underground I can not dig into the ground and plant trees or bushes
I have been doing alot of research on the natural swimming pools, does anyone have one? If so how do you like it compared to the standard chemical pool?
I’m looking to purchase a round paving stone but can’t find them anywhere.. any ideas?
I have a large birdbath that I would like to add a fountain to. That way maybe the water will stay fresh longer and we can watch the birds. I know they'll enjoy it. D... See more
Love my garden but have to ‘suit up’ because I hv chigars im extremely Allergic ...I’ve used wettable sulfur & diatomaceous earth & I suffer every year…please... See more
I have so many pine trees which I love, but due to it being so shady, grass wont grow there. Not sure if this falls into a DIY advice.
55+ community in Richmond, Tx. Garden faces West by South West. Recommend plants that will tolerate Texas summers. Also easy maintenance and shrubs.
I compost with leaves every year and have spent a lot of money to enrich my soil with potting mix, but the soil just bakes and becomes this really had clay type dirt.
my neighbors house is higher than mine. Their drain pipes are aimed at my house causing a lot of water just laying next to the house. How can I prevent all this wate... See more
I'm going to plant gourds this year and want to start them indoors!
Does anyone out there have any ideas for gaining backyard privacy? There is a two story house behind us and their bedroom windows look down into our yard. Will be a... See more
area very sandy and I have some trees that shad lots of leaf so I cant use much I need help. Please help
I weeded near the driveway and the roommate said the privacy is gone . I'd cut branches on order none might scrape my car going in or out .
I don’t want to have to worry about my vegetable plants dying if I go away for a few days. Thanks, Fran