What are the most important details that I should be concerned with it’s in a natural mountain setting over the lake should I add extra floral or keep it natural is... See more
I have a pile of chicken litter at back of my property from last summer. It is straw and chicken poo. We also had a couple of pigs, so it also has some pig poo in the... See more
My neighbors built this ugly backwards fence.. How can I hide it with out having to build my own fence..? or move all my plants. I put up a little cover to hide the c... See more
Half of it is enclosed with metal siding. It's not all the way closed off. I would love to transform the shed into a (weatherproof) craft room / she-shed and open hal... See more
something low maintenance
Mulch looks great when first laid; however begins to deteriorate with first mowing and weed eater trimming;how can I get and maintain the professional look I see on m... See more
We have this area that is in the back that shows some outdoor stuff my husband doesn’t want to get rid of and I would like to cover it from view from our pond and p... 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
Best plants and placement for low maintenance plants in Zone 8. Want to make this area a complete bush/flower bed.
Need a flower/ plant that Requires little TLC . I have succulents and cactus ( I have been known to kill cactus )
Just bought a cabin on the Peshtigo River. How can we landscape sloping yard going down to river to make it safer to walk around the yard and walk right up to the riv... See more
My yard looks terrible, I can't get grass to grow and I need a walkway to my ramp. Please help.
We just bought the middle unit of a 4-plex in January. Now that the rainy season is here the paving stone patio area in the back is sinking. My backyard is totally fe... See more
Would like some ideas on this area. It is quite large 20ft by 6 ft. I have an hydrangea , clematis and one evergreen standard at present. Zone 3.ThanksDixie
I need some ideas for what we can do to make the front of our house more inviting..not wanting to spend a ton of money!
What would be a good replacement, concrete, sod, or ? I am 56 & divorced, so be kind. Thank you, Tammy Raduege
I am having some foliage in my back yard cleared soon by a company and I understand that they will use hard metal rakes to do this. I am worried that they might acc... See more
I weeded near the driveway and the roommate said the privacy is gone . I'd cut branches on order none might scrape my car going in or out .