Our house is cedar siding. To one side of the house there is an area that I would love to make a raise bed. Should I be concerned about the raise...
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I'm new to this and I'm wondering what I should look for and not. Should the landscaper have insurance, a license and a billing plan? What are the ...
We have a very big front lawn (about 200ft in length alone). We are also on a corner lot and would like to either put up a fence or trees/shrubs t...
I would like to offer my assistance in answering tree related questions.Thank you,Tim WalshTree Care Industry Association - The Voice of the Indust...
I am planting a vegetable garden soon using the existing soil as a base. The plot is approximately 150 square feet. I have done nothing yet except ...
Just brought property which used to be a farm. I need to clear an acre of it to plant grass, flowers, etc. What's the best way to go about it?Tha...
WE HAVE JUST PLAIN DIRT IN OUR FRONT YARD AND THE BACK. I DON'T THINK IT EVER HAD A LAWN BEFORE WE BOUGHT THE HOUSE. JUST DIRT AND ROCKS. THE WINDS...
I have two projects in the early planning stages:1. Walking stones from deck to pool area.2. Block stones, approx. 6" wide/2" high, bordering my dr...
Will power raking tear up a lawn if it is sod that has been laid less than a year (approx. 8 mos.)? We live in CO - if that matters.
HELP!!!I recently purchased a house and it seems that the former owners removed the ivy from the brick and siding facade by just pulling it down; b...
We live in East Texas and have a deep drilled well. I would like to put in a watering system for my plants, but my husband says out well won't han...
I'm getting ready to fertilize my lawn and will be applying Scotts Turf Builder with Halts Crabgrass Preventer. I'm in the suburbs of New York. The...
I live on Long Island and over the weekend I placed my HALTS crabgrass fertizlizer down. Today we unexpectedly got snow and very cold weather, arou...
I am looking to ccreate a either a tiered or flat level water pond in the corner of my yard. Any suggestions as to the best way to begin approachin...
I have a large cement patio attached to the back of my house.This patio has been mud jacked once already.My question is.Is a cement patio more harm...