I want to use ceramic tiles on sand and dirt foundation in a round circle or could I grow sod in this sand and dirt?
I want to build a play area for my dogs that they can dig and use as a bathroom. What is the safest thing to use instead of sand?
Friends, my husband wants to build a truly modern style home. Which is fine with me. All I want is a big, lush vegetable garden (really I want chickens and maybe a mi... See more
Hi, Roots from external trees outside my boundary are damaging my patio. they have kind of made its way to paved bricks and uneven them creating lot of ups/downs in t... See more
To grow around my air conditioner
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
Keep or chop down the Italian cypress?
I really wanted a cottage/farm style home but long story short, ended up with a 60’s split level. I would like to add ‘curb appeal’. Can the siding be painted o... See more
Have 3 large ones, they were rotting so with the changing climate felt like we had to do something. One is very close to our water well which is drilled 180 feet down... See more
Need some ideas for Mid Century (1962 house) for front landscaping. Just want to give a nod to the era . Plan on painting bricks (grey/greens of the house) in a "us... See more
For flower and vegetable gardens
I tore bushes out of my small front yard that were in front of my house and am looking for an inexpensive new look with minimal maintenance..? Pavers? Potted plants/... See more
The growing season is short. The winters are long And when I do plant things the deer, squirrels, and chipmunks get to them. I just can’t seem to win. Please help.... See more
We have 7 cinder block columns (15” x 5’) on the front of our property and would like to cover them in something more eye catching. We are considering faux panels... See more
One is next to the driveway and is fairly large. I live in Indianapolis, IN. PS. I’m not real crazy about doing yard work so short of hiring someone, I need this... See more
How to protect the exterior of a house that sits close to the ground?
I have a 3 foot slope from back wall to flat area that is currently covered with rocks and held (barely) by railroad ties. We live in desert area, so not much will gr... See more