I just got a new garden window for my kitchen and I think the fairy gardens are so cute but not sure how to start one what would I need
Too steep for just putting rock on it, but really don't want to tear it, budget friendly only.
West facing brick exterior wall heats my daughter's bedroom. Looking for attractive, successful plans using trellis with perennial climbing plant to cool down this ar... See more
I need to put down some new mulch this Spring and I have seen the rubber mulch which looks pretty cool. I am wondering if anyone has used it and if they liked it.
I have 2 trees out front in a circular block location about 4 ft in diameter. I am looking for something colorful that stays low and is a perennial. I would appreciat... See more
The roots of my huge pine tree run in every direction in my front yard. It’s really difficult to mow because there are so many. Hitting them is really bad for my mo... See more
I have a very small yard; however, I can't seem to get it to become green and thick. Any ideas how to do this easily? Thanks
Hiya!I moved into a 1970’s home a few years ago and I’ve nearly remodeled everything inside the house, but am having trouble outside.Its not in the budget to repa... 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
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 some ideas of what to do with this area next to the pool. Also along the fence line. Out dogs like to bark and scratch with the neighbor dog on this fence li... See more
Live in Maine. Cannot dig or till down much due to a lot of ledge. How can I make to most of a garden ? Do I need to built half up and if so how would that work for ... 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.
I live in Ohio and my yard has no trees. I’m 70 and time is of the essence.
A friend told me it is recommended, to keep the fire from eventually burning through the metal. Is that correct?
The walkway is curved shaded area (PA). Flowers or plants need to be 2-4 inches in height. Would Perfer perennial. Flower bed is 3 ft wide and 6ft long.Any suggestion... See more
See in magazines all time gardens featuring paths that meander without weeds & remain that way throughout the season---sometimes, have white powder, or crushed, smoot... See more