How to camouflage a large tree root
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
we have pathways in the back yard made of wood; what we be the best thing to use to replace the wood as far as endurance and price? I love the walkways but the wood h... See more
I built a beautiful natural rock retaining wall out front to level off my front yard, add a garden and fill will white river rocks. I can't wait for the finished prod... See more
Our house faces South and we have no shade after removing a tree a few years ago. I want to plant a cully river birch 20 feet away and on the left front of the house ... See more
What sort of grass or flowers 💐 to plant in place without sun 🌞 thanks in advance
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
The stumps look terrible. What can I do to make the hill look better?
What can I do to keep birds away from my fish pond?
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.
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
in pots under canvas top on patio
Hi DIY, My backyard is on a hill and drops off and then flattens at the bottom. I would be so happy if I could grow a garden back there. Can you help?
area very sandy and I have some trees that shad lots of leaf so I cant use much I need help. Please help
Short of ripping it all out- it needs any suggestions to make it pretty that won’t break the piggy bank!