how do I kill the lichen on my siding without killing the plants that are planted next to the wall
I have a 4by 6 area for my dogs to go do their thing . I need to stop the mud many suggestions
I have a dwarf Lilac bush and the 2 cedars are going to be pulled out because they are brown inside and not doing well. What can I put in its place. Needs to go to ... See more
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
Grass does notgrow around this area due to the shade of the tree. We’ve tried to plant different kinds of grass but nothing grows. Suggestions as to what to do with... See more
I love big trees, but grass won't grow under them. Our ground is hard clay. What can I grow in the shade?
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
We built our our house and all is lovely. ESPECIALLY the BRIDGE/Walkway to the FRONT DOOR. Lovely canopy of oaks over it. BUT we have NEVER figured out HOW TO DO ... See more
I live on the 11th floor with a terrace, and I would love to have a small garden-like area. We do have high winds occasionally, so any kind of greenhouse is out. I wo... See more
Hi. Our gravel driveway is about 70' long and I am looking for suggestions/ideas on how best to landscape it down each side. I haven't started anything yet but, in ... See more
I have a narrow dirt patch on my porch which is meant to be a flower bed, I suppose. It is about 1 1/2 feet wide and about 10-20 feet long (I haven't measured it) . ... See more
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.
I keep posting pictures of this slope, but can't seem to do it. The pictures do not tell the whole slope, believe me. I need retention walls and some plantings. Somet... See more
I compost with leaves every year and have spent a lot of money to enrich my soil with potting mix, but the soil just bakes and becomes this really had clay type dirt.
I would like to plant a hedge along the front of my property and would like to know a suitable plant to grow in Perth WA.
I don’t want to have to worry about my vegetable plants dying if I go away for a few days. Thanks, Fran
I have a town home and the back yard is small. How to create a nice small back yard for adults and toddler