I have a hole, in the middle of the ground, in my backyard, filled with good top soil, about 1.5 feet deep. It has lots of tomato plants in it, but every time it rain... See more
I have premium brown mulch that I want to put on the soil below my tomatoes, any tips, ideas or anything I need to know before I do it?Edit: Do I need to replace it a... See more
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
Have lots of river rock left. Any images/ideas on how to finish off landscaping around bottom of deck and around cement?
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
How can make my small backyard look better I just pulled up tall weeds so I’m left with dirt it needs to be covered on my small budget
I let this go too far and now I don't know what to do to clean out all these weeds. First off, know that the very thought of possibly encountering a snake in all this... See more
I have a tiny budget to spend $25.00.Would it look pretty? Or can I DYI using cement over cement to repair it?
Someone said I need to put 2-inch of Paving sand down for the bricks to stay in place.
I have never had a garden and manage to kill every plant I buy so I am reluctant to spend a lot of money on a garden only to have it die and have wasted all that mone... See more
I have dreamed about turning my backyard into my private little Zen, peaceful sanctuary unfortunately I don’t know where to begin. I wish and hope there is an affor... See more
s it necessary to lay plastic under clay dirt or pebble rock when changing landscape? We're planning a change soon to succulents and lantana
One corner of the back yard is shaded and nothing grows there. We're wondering whether to add patio stones and make a little sitting area, and we're open to any other... See more
What would be a good replacement, concrete, sod, or ? I am 56 & divorced, so be kind. Thank you, Tammy Raduege
This is a new house and so the side yard was initially a lawn. I prefer to grow flowers (attract bees) instead of a lawn, so based on articles I read about lasagna ... See more
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
Ive been reading your post and I'm looking to do a dry river bed, so far I have not seen anything. Any help would be helpful.
I live in a condo. This area outside my porch is common area but we can plant bushes and flowers. I live in South Florida. I need something with not much maintenance.
I want to grow as many tomato plants as I can in that area but I don't know how to organize it. What else could I grow with it? I hear you shouldn't grow peppers near... See more