I want to add flowers and pebbles or gravel something to make this look better
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
I recently booked a church for our wedding. Unfortunately I had forgotten that a graveyard surrounds the church. Not so good for informal wedding pictures that will b... See more
i got to kill the grass and weeds to start over, any ideas?
Keep or chop down the Italian cypress?
I am moving into a new house and have an awkward concert slab at the front door. No porch and sloped yard. Any suggestions on how to landscape for Colorado weather?
I covered my backyard with cardboard to kill the grass and it looks like a junkyard!!! What’s next before HOA charge me with littering!!! I’m actually scared to b... See more
We just moved to a house with not so much privacy. I would love to have a backyard area to relax in without everyone being able to see in the yard. Please help!
I want do do some raised garden boxes for veggies. But I also love flowers and would love to have some in same box. Can I mix the two. And if so what plants go best t... See more
My yard is more like a rock cliff can't afford to fill it in to build it up level so what could I do to make it nicer so we have a place outside to enjoy. I love watc... See more
We have just retired to a house in Tennessee and want to start a garden with the herbs and vegetables that we love to save money and for better nutrition. The soil ... See more
Low maintenance, faces south.
i am looking to build a fenced in area for for dogs. The fence doesn’t have to be fancy because it will be inside a fenced area. I just want my yard back!! Any idea... See more
We just Built a Home so needless to say there's a ton of Dirt and there's nasty Thistle Weeds everywhere how do I kill them without hurting my flowers and I am not re... 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
Front yard gets more sun than back yard (more shaded)
For flower and vegetable gardens
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
get direct sun ...
Short of ripping it all out- it needs any suggestions to make it pretty that won’t break the piggy bank!