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
I live in a 0 lot line. The corner brick here is where my house ends. U can see neighbors porch in pic. I want to put up a lattice panel but have no idea how to or wh... See more
I have a private fence that is made from wood Slats and was put up by a profession company, my problem is have a neighbor that can go upstairs in their house and look... See more
Has any one ever attempted this? I find old hot tubs Craigslist for little or nothing, just haul away. Most of the time the motor/electronics/pump/heater are shot a... 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
I want to keep to the adobe style, but make this front view more interesting and welcoming. There are two other entrances on the left side of the house, so guests do... See more
We just Built a Home so needless to say there's a ton of Dirt and there's nasty Thistle Weeds everywhere how do I kill them without hurting my flowers and I am not re... See more
We have purchased this house and will move in soon! However, I have a little problem. As you can see by the photo, directly below the window there is a short piece of... See more
My back yard has so much dry & brown matted grass that it doesn't grow nice green grass anymore. What can i do to it in the Spring to have a nice Summer lawn?
We need some advice. As you look at the front of our home we just bought, you can see a strip of concrete running under the large window in front. It goes nowhere and... See more
I just pulled 2 dead bushes out of the front of this house on either side of the tree. Any idea what would look really nice to plant. I am stumped. I was to jazz i... See more
Small 20 x 20 dirt (when dry), mud (when wet), mostly shady areaan inexpensive way to cover area?Thanks
What can I do with my concrete slab ~10 ft by 15 ft to make it look and feel inviting?
I have so many pine trees which I love, but due to it being so shady, grass wont grow there. Not sure if this falls into a DIY advice.
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