I have a large cottonless cottonwood in my yard that has sent out many roots that are above the surface of the yard. Can these be cut back without harming the tree?
When it rains, my flower bed fills to the top. What can I do to stop this before it's time to plant?
what can I do to spruce up this ugly boring retaining wall?
Help with improving the looks of my cu4b appearance
What's the quickest, most cost effective way to enhance you landscaping in the front of your house.
Hello,Can anyone recommend what I do to lay around my rose, lilac and rhododenron? There was a termite issue in the area that has been fixed and I want to prevent the... See more
Our house faces South and we have no shade after removing a tree a few years ago. I want to plant a cully river birch 20 feet away and on the left front of the house ... See more
Trying to find the most cost effective way to do a sizable area in pavers along with an above ground fire pit?
Hiya!I moved into a 1970’s home a few years ago and I’ve nearly remodeled everything inside the house, but am having trouble outside.Its not in the budget to repa... See more
I need some ideas on how to make my yard looks better wi a little budget
We have purchased this house and will move in soon! However, I have a little problem. As you can see by the photo, directly below the window there is a short piece of... See more
Looking to put up an INEXPENSIVE , fairly simple yet non-tacky screen to block out our side yard from the road and the "car lot" across the street. Spans about 24 fe... See more
I saw a post this week for a gravel walkway with pavers The walkway had cut glass I think. I cannot find it. Can you suggest where to find it?
I live in AZ I would like to have a garden.My backyard get sun all day
I have an 18 ft round poly group pool, it is the pro series and the liner is stronger then the intex. I have been told by people even in the north to lower water leve... See more
We have this pool and I can’t figure out what to do to enhance the yard without digging up the soil and planting in the ground. There are pipes underneath the soil... See more