I'm a renter with a big backyard. I need to create an outdoor space with flooring and shade than can be removed easily if we ever decide to move. Nothing too tacky bu... See more
I have a pile of chicken litter at back of my property from last summer. It is straw and chicken poo. We also had a couple of pigs, so it also has some pig poo in the... See more
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
There is a valley between the garage and a mound of rock that creates a skating rink in the winter when the snow melts and re-freezes. This is where I have to walk t... See more
We are starting hobby farm from scratch. Do I plant vegetable garden first? Then get chickens? Then start bee hives? Or would you advise a different prioritizatio... See more
We recently did our fence on our property which was quite costly and installed a playground for our grandchildren but our grass is in horrible condition being Florida... See more
I want to lay rock with out grass and weeds coming through it
I enjoy being able to use our outdoor patio and garden more than the few comfortable months, it is hard to cool it down in the summer but it can be as easy as adding ... See more
I've been trying to find some ideas on incorporating bricks and rocks in my flower garden.
New house w/ new underground shelter needs landscaping to prevent further erosion of dirt surrounding it. Two challenges: sprinkler pipes and heads on every side have... See more
Back yard hill in Dallas, Georgia (near Marietta), new construction so has clay dirt. We need low maintenance-no mowing, dog friendly, prevent erosion during many rai... See more
How can I get a professional look to the beds on either side of my front steps. The house is so great looking except for the 2flower beds that have me totally stumped... See more
I live in Bakersfield, CA. The ground is horrid! Very hard and dry-desert. What plants are evergreen (other than yucca and cactus) and how should I prepare the ground... See more
I plan on putting in a patio on top of level grassy ground. I want the grass to grow around the square flat stone blocks without having to dig down to set them. My qu... See more
I don't want to use electricity outside and besides, I live in Phoenix where sunshine is plentiful!
The stumps look terrible. What can I do to make the hill look better?
We have a slim wedge of land along our cement driveway, that literally blends into the next door neighbor's front yard. They have untended plants, bark. Our strip i... See more
I am a beginner. I have no tools. What can I do?
Mowing this hill is almost dangerous. It looks boring, and I'd like to change that. I live in the Midwest, zone 3. Thanks.
I’m in a warm climate, would love to grow vegetables and fruit for the family. I have a large backyard. Just not sure where to start since we are all busy. Any lowc... 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