Just moved into a new home. There was a huge thorny bush dragon devouring the mailbox. I slayed the dragon but it is trying to rise up again. How can I make sure it's... 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
I made a 15x20 area in my yard for a brick paved fire pit. I thought I removed all weeds and grass from the area. I even put down 2 layers of landscaping fabric and ... See more
A few weeks back one of you talented ladies posted how a shaded area of your garden was transformed into a rock garden. All of the base rocks were the same but about ... See more
The top of our fire pit is peeling off due to people putting their feet on it. We have considered repairing with high temp paint or glass tiles. From the research we ... See more
Get your imagination working! ;-) May be purchasing this beautiful rancher soon and I'm dreaming! What would you put in the 8x6 foot recessed area that backs up to th... See more
Where I lice the soil is hard packed clay about 4 inches down. Are there any plants that will survive in this soil. I've tried several and the survive for a short tim... 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
The previous owner had railroad ties we are trying to repair but want to see any options before we rock it (all as the railroad ties are no longer best way)
I have a large backyard that has never been landscaped. I am a senior on Social Security. Is there a way to "dress" up my yard with little money to work with?
2 acres, 3B-2B not kept up for 5 years. I’ve trimmed trees, pulled carpet and pad to try to eliminate the odor of a Pomeranian puppy mill. Can you say Kilz! Haha! ... See more
My back yard sits on a down slope. I would like to landscape and enjoy this area. Also on a more serious note during the spring if it rains heavy for a couple of d... See more
What would be the most economical way to put pavers or river rock, etc in front of my house? My entrance is ground level with terra cotta stained concrete. My yard i... See more
The stumps look terrible. What can I do to make the hill look better?
where would be a good spot ( sun or shade ) . what would be good for a starter pond for a beginner
Ive been reading your post and I'm looking to do a dry river bed, so far I have not seen anything. Any help would be helpful.
Does anyone have any ideas how to landscape with free-range chickens that continually scratch up your flower beds and mulch?
Sm patio backyard slopes down to run-off pond some a.m. & p.m sun in lower coastal South Carolina -