I need privacy on two sides of my wrought iron fence?
My mother is eighty years old and she say that from the 15th of each month is the best and it should grow fine. Is this true?
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 bought this at a garage sale and had great plans to use it in my garden but I can not quite nail it. I painted it but it continues to rust out from the water. I was... See more
Help with improving the looks of my cu4b appearance
How to cover pool heater and pool filter next to an above the ground pool with some kind of fencing or design so it isn’t so unappealing in garden?
We are remodeling a flooded home and I have no idea what to do with this patio! The previous owner has paths and I don’t care for that too much plus the entire back... See more
We live in Florida and have a screened-in pool. In the spring, our screens get covered with pollen. You can't see it when you look at the screens straight on, but at ... See more
I was re-seeding the lawn and of course I ran out of topsoil. I found 3 unopened bags of Jiffy organic seed mixture in the basement and was wondering if this would be... See more
So for a few years none of my seeds started when I planted them outside. I wanted the huge sunflowers, they did not grow. I planted elephant ears, they died. So this ... See more
Those of you who have mobility problems, what's your best use of a raised garden? Round, square, long rectangle, triangle, raised levels, more than one tier? Interest... See more
Low maintenance, faces south.
I'm looking for ideas for sturdy, attractive, low maintenence plant bed borders for alongside the front of my house. Thanks!
Hi, can I send a picture of the front of my house for some improvement
I'm replacing my patchy grass with playground mulch for my dogs in their yard area. Did a small area last year and now expanding it. Know it's only a matter of time... See more
These landscape rocks were here when we moved in. As you can tell, they are jagged and sharp....my youngest has now hurt her back falling on them. So they have GOT ... See more
yard slopes a little
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 have a north facing house that gets very little sun - only about 2 hrs a day. Does anyone have any recommendations for foundation plants to landscape with? We are ... See more
The ground is hard. I have tried all kind of store brand grass seads. Nothing seems to penetrate that ground.
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?
I live in a mountain and have fenced the yard with a fence 8 ft tall attached to 2.5 inch pipes. But I feel anyone can get inside without much trouble.