Replace all the boring “brown”? Can’t put in grass or ground over because it is literally under water most of winter because of the lay of our land. Bark is t... See more
We would like to place (4) additional evergreen screening shrubs/grasses in these "holes" to screen for a future pool. We probably have about 2-3 years until a pool ... See more
I want to build a wishing well in my front yard where there once was a tree but I don't want to pay or lift a whole bunch of rocks which is what I want I want it to ... See more
I have an area it gets southern exposure, it has old river rock in some parts. Would like to re-landscape. Can I just put landscape fabric down covering the rocks and... See more
I have been doing alot of research on the natural swimming pools, does anyone have one? If so how do you like it compared to the standard chemical pool?
I've been trying to find some ideas on incorporating bricks and rocks in my flower garden.
Where I lice the soil is hard packed clay about 4 inches down. Are there any plants that will survive in this soil. I've tried several and the survive for a short tim... See more
I would like flowering bushes (hydrangeas?) and shrubs that keeps their color during the cold months (NJ). I have not moved in yet...I will be in the house mid April.... See more
I am moving to Arizona from the midwest and need to have some ideas for a veggie garden.
My back yard sits on a down slope. I would like to landscape and enjoy this area. Also on a more serious note during the spring if it rains heavy for a couple of d... See more
I Need some curb appeal for the front porch
I want to do some small landscaping with some aztek grasses and some croton. But I don't know how to begin. I live in florida and this is all sand. Do I shovel it out... See more
I have at least two hummingbirds at my feeder daily, but want to make sure I keep them coming into the yard so we can enjoy them. What are best flowers, or condition... 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 want to use a colorful mulch because I want to update the front yard look!
I'm considered as Zone 7 in the gardening world. I have an extremely shaded area I would like to make more attractive. At the moment I can only think of planting Ho... See more
Suggestions for this rather eyesore at the front of our house? Other than putting pinestraw down ... and not using annuals! Im thinking of a larger palm maybe or Just... See more