I just got a new garden window for my kitchen and I think the fairy gardens are so cute but not sure how to start one what would I need
I have Nut Sedge growing in my vegetable garden, especially in one raised bed. When the bed was prepped for planting the nut sedge was removed by hand and garden too... See more
The city decided one day to put sewer drains in three yards on our block. My house was one of them. However, not only did they not put something in front of the drain... See more
We live in Orange County California just had our Landscaping done very expensive. It seems that the concrete that was poured never fully dried or cured not sure. All ... See more
Too steep for just putting rock on it, but really don't want to tear it, budget friendly only.
Have lots of river rock left. Any images/ideas on how to finish off landscaping around bottom of deck and around cement?
Looking for low maintenance plants and greenery. I love Dwarf English boxwoods. The area is almost always sunny. I think an island in the middle of the yard would be ... 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
Thinking about vinyl fencing until a co-worker told me she heard that it 'burns' your lawn. True or False?
Are Primulas suitable for floating planters? Other plant suggestions welcomed
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
My yard is 100 x 100 and i need to fence it in for pets, kids abd privacy from neighbors. It needs to be very inexpensive as i do not have a lot of money. Maybe 300 ... See more
When we get heavy rain, the bark mulch washes out of my flower bed. I'm thinking of using shredded hardwood mulch instead. It's alot of work and I'm wondering if it ... See more
I keep posting pictures of this slope, but can't seem to do it. The pictures do not tell the whole slope, believe me. I need retention walls and some plantings. Somet... 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 want to put a low growing perennial that will be abot 3 ft high and spreads and will survive in Connecticut. It does not have to flower. I would like it to be dense... See more
Does anyone out there have any ideas for gaining backyard privacy? There is a two story house behind us and their bedroom windows look down into our yard. Will be a... See more