We would like to place (4) additional evergreen screening shrubs/grasses in these "holes" to screen for a future pool. We probably have about 2-3 years until a pool ... See more
Trumpet vine is established in the middle of our flowerbed. It is under the lawncloth and mulch, intertwining with the other plans and spreading in all directions. ... See more
how do I kill the lichen on my siding without killing the plants that are planted next to the wall
Want to finish the backyard 21x16’. Existing a patio with gazebo.12x12.garden home separated by neighbours with PVC fence and in the back that gives to a wooded a... See more
I have been doing alot of research on the natural swimming pools, does anyone have one? If so how do you like it compared to the standard chemical pool?
I covered my backyard with cardboard to kill the grass and it looks like a junkyard!!! What’s next before HOA charge me with littering!!! I’m actually scared to b... See more
I have a tiny front yard and I never know what to do with the patch right below my window. I want something that is low-maintenance, low-cost, and looks great!
I just purchased this house and it has this stone work in the front yard. I'm not sure if I should tear it down or not. Any advise is greatly appreciated!
I can't afford to replace this ugly awning so I have to make do with what I have. Someone also stuck that cute little arbor in that corner and cemented it in place. N... See more
I have a slope backyard desperately need landscaping and I don’t like grass as so hard to maintain, anyone can suggest but not spending a fortune?
the rubber liner in my pond has a leak towards the top of the pond. I have searched every inch to find a hole, tear, rip, etc and can't find it. The water level stays... See more
The stumps look terrible. What can I do to make the hill look better?
Plenty of space, but would like to keep it at twelve feet square
I live in a condo. This area outside my porch is common area but we can plant bushes and flowers. I live in South Florida. I need something with not much maintenance.
I normally plant inpatient but they only last for a season. I want for everyone to go pass by home and said what a great display.
A friend told me it is recommended, to keep the fire from eventually burning through the metal. Is that correct?
I need to keep the kittens we will adopt later this year in our yard and keep other cats and wildlife, including large raccoons out. I have a rectangular yard with se... See more