This is in north metro Atlanta. An acquaintance who's a landscape architect very kindly drew this for me to give me ideas for plantings to "pretty up" my subdivision'... See more
Where do I start?
I nave a plastic liner for a pond with rocks around the rim and a pump. Green algae collects on every thing and I don't want to empty it to clean
I have an area, 50"x40" between my driveway and the bottom of my deck stairs. I am not sure what I should put there that will look good but does not take a ton of wor... See more
Hi, Roots from external trees outside my boundary are damaging my patio. they have kind of made its way to paved bricks and uneven them creating lot of ups/downs in t... See more
Nosey neighbors looking over fence
I have this area in my back yard that needs something, but what?
Trying to find the most cost effective way to do a sizable area in pavers along with an above ground fire pit?
New house w/ new underground shelter needs landscaping to prevent further erosion of dirt surrounding it. Two challenges: sprinkler pipes and heads on every side have... See more
I have a large backyard that has never been landscaped. I am a senior on Social Security. Is there a way to "dress" up my yard with little money to work with?
I am a senior lady too old to cut grass and can not afford a gardener on fixed income. What ground cover can I plant that can withstand Bakersfield ca. summer heat... See more
buikder of my new home won’t fix my back yard which is falling apart.
While this is not the "front" of my home it is the first thing you see when driving in the driveway and going to the front door. Sod is not the answer, as the ground ... See more
We have grass area which is about120 ft long to our wood dock and would like a walkway 4 ft wide to have..there is a incline in the landscape..
New porch with steps shaped like a semi circle...what kind of walkway ..easily cared for
We have a home with an old concrete sidewalk on three sides, the exception being the garage/driveway. The previous owner liked to use salt based ice melt. Thus, it is... See more
What can I do to either prevent the saturation of my lawn during a rainstorm (by adding more soil) or plant vegetation that will thrive in those locations....?
I just bought a new home, and there are plants n, shrubs but the soil? I want to replant & make the yard mine, should I remove the topsoil & add new?