Hubby brought bricks for my corner flower bed. I don't like the shape because there is a gap in between each one. Any ideas on how to fill the spaces? Or maybe someth... See more
I have an iron stairwell in my backyard, I have used a pressure washer to try to get the old paint off and underneath it's full of rust. Does anyone have a quick and ... See more
Hey there, first time gardner here. I live in Pennsylvania. When would you say I should begin planting. And any tips or tricks you guys can offer would be fantastic! ... See more
Hello, need to landscape my backyard and would like to take my time and do it myself but looking for what plants, some colorful, that I can use that will not attract ... See more
3 ft x 10ft area-bad soil-what is a good ground cover-nobody sees this area except me this is complete shade thanks how can I make this area better without re... See more
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
Old mulch, Can add new mulch cover old mulch? Any idea ?
What are some options to place or plant on a very steep hill in front of house? Currently using weed eater which takes hours as it is too steep for a lawnmower. Any... See more
My beautiful horse Cayenne died last summer & I cant bear to look at his empty pasture. I will never get another horse, but I want to turn his pasture into a "fur bab... See more
I have this big empty , private and quiet backyard, but it lacks , everything. What can I do on a small budget to bring some life to it?
Hello and good day!I live in a manufactured home park. The homes are owned, but the land the homes sit on belong to the park. I need some ideas for a section of my f... See more
My cement driveway stops about 7 or 8 ft short of the road. There was gravel there, but most of it has washed away and weeds are growing up there. Someone suggested... See more
I am going to put cinder blocks at the front of house to continue the MCM look. If I stack them 3 high, which would be about 20” or so, and it will be apps 20 feet ... See more
It seems like most of what I plant rots because of the clay.
I want to put a low growing perennial that will be abot 3 ft high and spreads and will survive in Connecticut. It does not have to flower. I would like it to be dense... See more