I have a big front yard about 2500 square feet. Right now is dirt and has two nice trees, but I would like to do something to make it look better/appealing without sp... See more
How to camouflage a large tree root
The city decided one day to put sewer drains in three yards on our block. My house was one of them. However, not only did they not put something in front of the drain... See more
I'm 60+ and want to create a meditation garden. I have the tools to cut the area down but looking for the easiest n not too expensive way to make a path down a slow ... See more
We made this fire pit outside and it needs something behind it. Any suggestions would be great, we will be adding some small red stone around it.
I am wanting to plant some fruit trees and bushes but am terrified that I will somehow do it “wrong.” With both aesthetics and production in mind, how do you prop... See more
Looking for info and resources on constructing a hog wire fence (e.g. 'metal mesh' fence). I added a few pics for example and you can also take a look at this link ... See more
I have 2 tree stumps from recent dead tree removal. Any ideas on how to camouflage these? One is where sprinkler system spout is so can’t fully cover area. Thanks. ... See more
I'm always looking for ways to improve my backyard garden. Has anyone experimented with keyhole gardening? Do you have any tips? Has anyone converted a regular recta... See more
It is surrounded by mature cherry trees and planted with mostly male skimmia, and spindly 20 yr old roses, rhododrendrons, hydrangeaand a small dogwood and some sweet... See more
We want to landscape in front of our porch, but there is a huge rock in the way! What plants might do well? What other options do I have? I was hoping for something... See more
Hi DIY family... I am installing a wood fence in my yard. What is the best way to ensure the post line up in a slope yard?
I have several bird feeders with no trees for protection from the larger birds.
I have three hives and need flowers that will support bees throughout the seasons. Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer .
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.
My back yard is completely shaded and I also have animals that go out there. Is there an actual type of grass that will grow in these conditions? Or does someone have... See more
I lived in Enid, OK for 75%of my life.....where the soil was black and moist and you could grow just about anything......moved south to Edmond, OK and all they have ... See more