I have the ugly side of the fence with all the metal posts. My neighbor has the pretty side with no posts. I hate looking at the posts from inside the house and when ... See more
Can anyone tell me if I cut my grapevines back too far?
I have a hole, in the middle of the ground, in my backyard, filled with good top soil, about 1.5 feet deep. It has lots of tomato plants in it, but every time it rain... See more
For years I have sat at my desk and looked at two half-dead, all-grown-together trees in the front yard by my mailbox. Yesterday I had them cut down to ground level ... See more
This is the area in the backyard toward the pool how can i fix the borderers or place around this area so i can plant
Six months after we purchased our home, we flooded four times in a month because of torrential, unrelenting rain. We are not in a flood zone or anything. Our basement... See more
I am wanting to plant some fruit trees and bushes but am terrified that I will somehow do it “wrong.” With both aesthetics and production in mind, how do you prop... See more
We have the worst neighbors ever! They complain about everything! They hate dogs so they complain every time our dogs bark one time (not exaggerating) they have fabri... See more
I have a 4by 6 area for my dogs to go do their thing . I need to stop the mud many suggestions
Mulch looks great when first laid; however begins to deteriorate with first mowing and weed eater trimming;how can I get and maintain the professional look I see on m... See more
I was told I didn't need a trellis - that the ivy would just cling to the fence but I'm finding that's not the case. Not yet at least. I've been able to "place" the... See more
Thinking of Bradford pear or some other hardy tree for southeastern Indiana.
This home in Florida has a wrought iron gate leading into the first part of the alley and then a screen door leads into a continuation of the alley that is fully scre... See more
I live in the woods, we have a decent yard we keep maintained. The woods in the back have vines, trees, weeds, etc that are constant work to keep cut back. They keep ... See more
I would like to turn area to the right of front door into a little courtyard seating area.
Corner of backyard has tall Pine trees behind it. The area is very shady and tends to be muddy since no grass grows in the area. I was thinking of a rock garden with ... See more
We have grass area which is about120 ft long to our wood dock and would like a walkway 4 ft wide to have..there is a incline in the landscape..
We sit above the house next door and we only have a chain link fence separating our yards. Our deck faces their back yard. What is a cheap but chic way to make privat... See more
I am going to put cinder blocks at the front of house to continue the MCM look. If I stack them 3 high, which would be about 20” or so, and it will be apps 20 feet ... See more
I have three hives and need flowers that will support bees throughout the seasons. Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer .
Small 20 x 20 dirt (when dry), mud (when wet), mostly shady areaan inexpensive way to cover area?Thanks
My home flooded, there is a drainage ditch running between my home and another it always overflows. i have to worry every time it rains hard. Close call yesterday.