I have Nut Sedge growing in my vegetable garden, especially in one raised bed. When the bed was prepped for planting the nut sedge was removed by hand and garden too... See more
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
My neighbors built this ugly backwards fence.. How can I hide it with out having to build my own fence..? or move all my plants. I put up a little cover to hide the c... See more
We would like to place (4) additional evergreen screening shrubs/grasses in these "holes" to screen for a future pool. We probably have about 2-3 years until a pool ... See more
I need ideas for the front of my home, it doesn’t have very nice curb appeal.
Can a neighbor build a mailbox in the easement area of my property? I live on a corner lot. As you face my property, on the right, there is the main road. On my left,... See more
To grow around my air conditioner
I want to make a small wall using cinder blocks down a drivewaydo I need to dig up the ground to lay the cinder blocks or can I place directly on the ground
I've had this tree for 30 years and its a fast grower. I think its reached its tallest height. About 5 years ago i had a landscaper prune it to about 7 feet from 20 f... See more
Want to get rid of as much grass in the front yard as possible can't decide on what shape to do budgets a problem to I need suggestions
Please please please help! This front needs something. It is currently very blah. We changed the stucco color, windows are new. any ideas to make it look nice? Shutte... See more
A friend told me it is recommended, to keep the fire from eventually burning through the metal. Is that correct?
I'm using the square-foot gardening tool with Farmer's Almanac Garden Planner to plan my veggie garden. I'd like to try a 3-sister garden this year for part of my gr... See more
I’m not sure if I’ll use natural stone or cement squares. Do I really need to dig a level path or can I just lay the stones/squares where I want them?
Buying trees for my fairy gardens are expensive at the craft stores. I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas for some, other than a Palm or pine tree?Thanks
The area is under a very large 60 year old red oak tree. I live in north central Texas 20 miles from the Oklahoma border where it gets over 100 degrees in the summer.... See more
Where can i buy back yard rocks/firerocks for space filling and fire pit cheap?How do fire glass chips work?