I just purchased a house with two hillsides that are too steep to cut with a mower. I need suggestions on a fast growing ground cover. I do not like ivy. I live in Pe... See more
Pictures below show pond that landscaper did. There was supposed to be large boulders in the back of the pond like a wall, also pea gravel put down, the plants he pl... See more
I have an area it gets southern exposure, it has old river rock in some parts. Would like to re-landscape. Can I just put landscape fabric down covering the rocks and... See more
I need ideas for the front of my home, it doesn’t have very nice curb appeal.
In a rental and have a backyard full of rocks- looking for solutions that can be laid on top and removed some day? Thank you!!
I just purchased my first home! I don't even know what to call the front area. My detached garage is in front of my townhouse. I have a nice walk way to my front. My ... 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
We are remodeling a flooded home and I have no idea what to do with this patio! The previous owner has paths and I don’t care for that too much plus the entire back... See more
I dug up low-lying, spreading azaleas in front of my front door and translated them in the side yard. Their had been 3 tiers there for many years, made from landscape... See more
Tree removal is not an option.
I have a tiny back yard and a slope that runs the entire back portion. I want flowers, shrubs, texture etc. I haven’t found any easy “hacks” or helpful DIY ins... See more
I live in north central Florida and want to Landscape an are 9 feet wide by 25 feet long. What plants would offer year round beauty?
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 are thinking of building a flagstone patio across this back yard. (We are right on a golf course.) want to leave these 2 crepe myrtles. Thoughts, ideas....
We have used the plastic bricks etc, wooden 3 foot sections from Home Depot etc. Id like round stone but too pricey!
I have several bird feeders with no trees for protection from the larger birds.
I want to relandscape my front yard but the soil is rock hard. I really do not want to double dig as that would be back breaking work for me. Any suggestions?
At the moment, the path is a row of random tiles & slabs, which move when i drag the garden hose...
We have new neighbours in the back ~ they put in an above-ground pool, built a deck around it ~ they had a crowd there e.v.e.r.y. weekend last summer ~ we weren't abl... See more