Can anyone tell me if I cut my grapevines back too far?
backside of house faces west, so it only gets late, hot, afternoon sun. It also seems to be the worst area for collecting the fallen leaves from trees.it is an ugly b... See more
For years now, I have a large area in my yard where the ground is very "Sunken down" for lack of better wording. It is not really a giant hole but is a huge "hollow" ... See more
good morning!we bought our house in December and now that the snow is melting (Upstate New York) I’m looking forward to working in the yard but I have no clue what ... See more
i want to find some material that will last through, winter, and rain, that will allow some privacy that I i can fill the fence my self.
Looking for info and resources on constructing a hog wire fence (e.g. 'metal mesh' fence). I added a few pics for example and you can also take a look at this link ... See more
What's the quickest, most cost effective way to enhance you landscaping in the front of your house.
I want to put some kind of flowers under the tree but with the big roots everywhere. I don’t know how to make the ground even Or how to work around the roots with b... See more
I want do do some raised garden boxes for veggies. But I also love flowers and would love to have some in same box. Can I mix the two. And if so what plants go best t... See more
Tree removal is not an option.
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
2 acres, 3B-2B not kept up for 5 years. I’ve trimmed trees, pulled carpet and pad to try to eliminate the odor of a Pomeranian puppy mill. Can you say Kilz! Haha! ... See more
I want to complete a mailbox makeover and need some assistance with the brick edging (and more). Do I need to lay sand and/or soil or just dig up the area and put the... 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 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.
I'm considered as Zone 7 in the gardening world. I have an extremely shaded area I would like to make more attractive. At the moment I can only think of planting Ho... See more
The walkway is curved shaded area (PA). Flowers or plants need to be 2-4 inches in height. Would Perfer perennial. Flower bed is 3 ft wide and 6ft long.Any suggestion... See more
We have a home with an old concrete sidewalk on three sides, the exception being the garage/driveway. The previous owner liked to use salt based ice melt. Thus, it is... See more
The area is underneath an oak tree. The area gets afternoon sun but we have not been able to get grass to grow. I was looking for an idea using potted plants or mayb... See more
Both neighbours on either side have huge trees, hence the shade. Some sun in the afternoon from about 1 to 4 pm. Any advice, Please and thank you.Florence
My dog runs alongside the fence tearing up the grass and makes a trench, then the rains,snow,etc, come and makes it a muddy mess. In the warmer weather run off from n... See more