Want to make a succulent garden in a cement birdbath. Do I need to drill holes in the bottom for it to drain? I know succulents do not like too much water.
I have the ugly side of the fence with all the metal posts. My neighbor has the pretty side with no posts. I hate looking at the posts from inside the house and when ... See more
has anyone ever closed their non operable spa into a big planter it’s 6x6 and want to make it a useable pretty site.
I live in Zone 7 (Southern VA). I love LOVE love perennials. Please
I need help! I need some sort of curb appeal ideas.
I am older and don’t want to dig
I would like flowering bushes (hydrangeas?) and shrubs that keeps their color during the cold months (NJ). I have not moved in yet...I will be in the house mid April.... See more
Trying to find the most cost effective way to do a sizable area in pavers along with an above ground fire pit?
This home in Florida has a wrought iron gate leading into the first part of the alley and then a screen door leads into a continuation of the alley that is fully scre... See more
We have just retired to a house in Tennessee and want to start a garden with the herbs and vegetables that we love to save money and for better nutrition. The soil ... See more
I have a rather large side yard that I would like to plant some fast growing trees on and would like some advice as to what to choose. It is a sun all day area and th... See more
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
This is a new house and so the side yard was initially a lawn. I prefer to grow flowers (attract bees) instead of a lawn, so based on articles I read about lasagna ... See more
What I have is a small water catcher with spillway which hopefully will catch the rain from the roof valley and then send it out past the foundation of the house. NM ... See more
I am a beginner. I have no tools. What can I do?
Live in mid/northern CA it gets very hot in the summer and in the low 30s in the winter. Would love some color.
use to have a what lush lawn and now it’s only dirt
Flowers bed has red dirt all over. The bushes died but rose Bush lives.
It seems like most of what I plant rots because of the clay.
The pool seats broke in four places and now the above ground pool wall in collapsing! Will I be able to repair this in the Spring?? I love my pool, snow and heavy ice... See more
The area is under a very large 60 year old red oak tree. I live in north central Texas 20 miles from the Oklahoma border where it gets over 100 degrees in the summer.... See more