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I have an unfinished backyard. Next to my backyard is a huge runoff about the size of a swimming pool. The condition of my soil is muddy with hay to absorb the water ... See more
I'M GETTING OLDER AND NEED TO PLAN SOMETHING DOWN BY OUR SHED THAT ISBOUNTIFUL, TALL AND COLORFUL. WHAT PERENNIALS WOULD THAT BE?
Has anyone tried using old carpet as weed mat for their garden? If so, how successful was it and were there any drainage issues. Thanks in advance!
My husband and I rescued two dogs, we love them as you have no idea. We play and snuggle with them bothI and even though we have a big yard, the two dogs are usually ... See more
I've seen doing one with cardboard. But I need something that I could put on a small shelve on my porch. I already put bell peppers and tomatoes in flower pots. But I... See more
I need to put down some new mulch this Spring and I have seen the rubber mulch which looks pretty cool. I am wondering if anyone has used it and if they liked it.
How can I cover the front landscaping issue in front of my home. We already tore the hideous wall and bushes. Money is tight. Open to suggestions
The NW section of my back yard is a mess. There is a huge tree on the edge of my lot and on a slope. There are a lot of roots above ground, probably because of the wa... See more
This will be a little hard to explain do I trim my Box woods straight across, by straight across I mean from ground to top each shrub the exact same height or because... 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
The previous owner had railroad ties we are trying to repair but want to see any options before we rock it (all as the railroad ties are no longer best way)
We want to give up on French drains which plug after a few years and just make it look attractive. Too wet for any planting, even bamboo.
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
The topdeck I want it to be attached to the house and have a few steps going down to another deck that surrounds the pool. So its two decks attached by a small flight... See more
I am planning a garden revamp and want to install a path made from reclaimed bricks. I think I need to use a substrate base underneath the bricks but I'm not sure wh... See more
We have a chain link Fence separating our neighbours, not very private. Was thinking about cedar hedges, or wood fencing. It's about 50 ft in length. Open to any sugg... See more
55+ community in Richmond, Tx. Garden faces West by South West. Recommend plants that will tolerate Texas summers. Also easy maintenance and shrubs.
I'd like to seed instead of sod. I'm thinking i need to scrap off any decent mulch to use in garden and plant areas. Should I rototill the soil to give a better base?... See more
i LIVE ON THE 2ND FLOOR APARTMENT - FACING EAST, JUST A LITTLE TOWARDS NORTH......HAVE PLANTERS....NO DRAINING........WHAT CAN i PLANT? i SPENT $50 LAST YEAR AND THEY... See more