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
Can anyone tell me if I cut my grapevines back too far?
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
I recognized my neighbor is at a higher elevation and a sizable amount of dirt was coming from under fence onto my property. In a heavy rain it could be bad. My air ... See more
I have a well pump in my front yard that desperately needs to be covered/hidden. I live in the country so I'm looking for a country theme. I've thought about a wishin... See more
Just an FYI that laying new grass is not an option for me.
I was scouting out a location for a new bird feeder and found this egg on the ground next to my back porch. Looks like a chicken egg, however we don't have an chick... See more
The water is creating a mud pond in the backyard and it constantly drains. I’ve researched some ideas to use plants but I don’t know where to start. It’s an obv... See more
I have no grass in front yard, completely shaded. I've tried mulch, small pebbles, dogs just use for bathroom and cats.Too expensive for rocks, or stones. Ground cove... See more
Are Primulas suitable for floating planters? Other plant suggestions welcomed
We have several oak trees around us that caused quite a bit of problems in different places around our home. When it rains it floods my sidewalk close to my front do... See more
I need suggestions on the best location for my bird feeder and bird bath. Should I place them under trees or in the open? We have lots of squirrels too.
The neighbors next door have a sprinkler system that seems to be on all the time. i had to replace a wooden fence which had rotted (now I know why). Now I have a bloc... See more
Also, what color of birdbath works best?
What I have is a small water catcher with spillway which hopefully will catch the rain from the roof valley and then send it out past the foundation of the house. NM ... See more
Live in mid/northern CA it gets very hot in the summer and in the low 30s in the winter. Would love some color.