When it rains the moisture remains under the deck for a long time because there is no drainage. There are no openings at the bottom of the deck to allow water to esca... See more
Too steep for just putting rock on it, but really don't want to tear it, budget friendly only.
We are laying new sod over the existing diseased lawn
I need to fill it with allergy friendly plants and trees.
Best plants and placement for low maintenance plants in Zone 8. Want to make this area a complete bush/flower bed.
Are Primulas suitable for floating planters? Other plant suggestions welcomed
Looking for maybe things you might already have around the household just kind of short on the money right now,
I moved to an area where the land is mostly clay and rock. We have tried to grow grass but it's not growing and continues to be dry, patchy, and dying. Any advice to ... See more
Hi, can I send a picture of the front of my house for some improvement
I would love to have suggestions about the middle part of my circle drive. It is very outdated...
We live on a gravel road surrounded by corn/bean fields. So we don't get much traffic. I just want to give the outside my own personal touch. We have a big rock pile ... See more
What I have is a small water catcher with spillway which hopefully will catch the rain from the roof valley and then send it out past the foundation of the house. NM ... See more
Need to replace old concrete path and don't want tiles. Any thoughts?
For flower and vegetable gardens
I want to grow flowers in my flower beds, but I have very bad luck. Nothing seeems to flourish because of the soil. What would be the best way to help it?
What can I use to add zinc to my soil, besides used coffee grounds? I think adding enough of the used grounds would also add acid which I do not need. Maybe I could... See more
my neighbors house is higher than mine. Their drain pipes are aimed at my house causing a lot of water just laying next to the house. How can I prevent all this wate... See more
It's wood. Very sturdy and straight. Help!!! I love my yard, and need ideas. Taking it down is not an option.