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 recently bought a home that originally had three large rhododendrons in the front of it. The center rhododendron died, and the previous owners removed it. I would l... See more
How do you get grass thats grown in your flower beds out?
I am thinking I would like to hang a large reflecting surface/mirror in my garden, on a large tree. The tree faces a very dark area in my garden, and I think it would... See more
i want to find some material that will last through, winter, and rain, that will allow some privacy that I i can fill the fence my self.
I have thess long concrete steps that were built a long time ago by my father. At first it was just surrounded by grass, and then my mother put alyssum plants in. Wel... See more
West facing brick exterior wall heats my daughter's bedroom. Looking for attractive, successful plans using trellis with perennial climbing plant to cool down this ar... See more
I want to put some kind of flowers under the tree but with the big roots everywhere. I don’t know how to make the ground even Or how to work around the roots with b... See more
I am moving to Arizona from the midwest and need to have some ideas for a veggie garden.
I live in Las Vegas where you melt in summer and freeze in winter. What plants can I plant in pots on patio that will survive here. All my orchids died this pass summ... See more
The roots of my huge pine tree run in every direction in my front yard. It’s really difficult to mow because there are so many. Hitting them is really bad for my mo... 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 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
These landscape rocks were here when we moved in. As you can tell, they are jagged and sharp....my youngest has now hurt her back falling on them. So they have GOT ... See more
Hi. Our gravel driveway is about 70' long and I am looking for suggestions/ideas on how best to landscape it down each side. I haven't started anything yet but, in ... See more
Mowing this hill is almost dangerous. It looks boring, and I'd like to change that. I live in the Midwest, zone 3. Thanks.
I normally plant inpatient but they only last for a season. I want for everyone to go pass by home and said what a great display.
Short of ripping it all out- it needs any suggestions to make it pretty that won’t break the piggy bank!