My garage and patio were recently completed. The contractor spread seed and mulch on the exposed dirt which is over half of my yard. My sod was perfect until he lai... See more
My water fountain is beautiful to look at, but sounds awful. It sounds like someone is peeing or a stormwater drain dripping. Yes, I'm serious. The sound is most un... 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
We are laying new sod over the existing diseased lawn
Where I lice the soil is hard packed clay about 4 inches down. Are there any plants that will survive in this soil. I've tried several and the survive for a short tim... See more
Since I don't have lots of space?
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 live in Bakersfield, CA. The ground is horrid! Very hard and dry-desert. What plants are evergreen (other than yucca and cactus) and how should I prepare the ground... See more
Leveled the back yard and covered in gravel stones but that's too rough to play on and I don't want anything there I have to mow. What do I do to make it family frien... See more
I live in north central Florida and want to Landscape an are 9 feet wide by 25 feet long. What plants would offer year round beauty?
Hello my fellow diy-ers. I have a lovely rock garden that I decided to pull all the low ground plants /succulents out of, all except the rose bush. My husband made a ... See more
Help! I care for old , young, blind, hearing impaired, any type of dog. I’m using too much energy and money maintaining yard spaces. Just cut a wisteria few months ... See more
We had a severe flood in 2007 and my backyard is always muddy unless we have 80 or 90 degree days with wind
I live in Winter Haven,Florida and been having issues with things I'm seeing from my patio looking into my yard.Without going into detail about why i need advice let'... See more
What would be a good replacement, concrete, sod, or ? I am 56 & divorced, so be kind. Thank you, Tammy Raduege
I am going to put cinder blocks at the front of house to continue the MCM look. If I stack them 3 high, which would be about 20” or so, and it will be apps 20 feet ... See more
I have several bird feeders with no trees for protection from the larger birds.
How can I raise this area up without it costing me a fortune. I rent the home but can’t stand how unsightly it is. Also i mentioned to the owner that a few trees ar... See more
My old house seemed to have perfect soil. My new house has hard clay soil with bad drainage and a high water table. Poppies, peas, Lewisia, these are just a few of th... See more
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
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
I bought this Texas Star over 15 yrs we Love it so but it's outgrown its spot. I know it needs to be moved but when is the best time & how can I separate it so we don... See more