Step by step instructions for fitting and cutting capstones that will fit over a curved stone wall or border.
Boosting curb appeal takes only a weekend or two with this great DIY stone edging solution for your landscape border. What’s the purpose of stone edging, or any garden edging? The main purpose of adding edging to your landscape or garden borders is to make it look nice and add some curb appeal. But there…
From early spring blooms to edible berries in the summer to fiery red fall foliage to branches that catch falling snow, the Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is truly a tree for all seasons.
My landscape plan this year includes a combination of yellows and blues for the foundation planting along with a pop of red for some interest in the winter months.
A few weeks ago I purchased a new basic black mailbox. I’ve been procrastinating installing it, even though the old one is rusty and gross.
Giving the chimney a fresh coat of paint is something every home owner can do. But, while it sound easy enough, there are a couple snags you need to prepare for before you begin.
After hours and hours of painstakingly scouring the internet for the “perfect” hanging address plaque, I decided to make my own.
Two productive weekends in a row! This weekend we finished the priority to-do list by installing my new front storm door and replacing the leaky kitchen faucet.
So, my next outdoor project is repainting my rusty wrought iron railing around my front porch. Here are my instructions on what to do: Scrub the wrought iron with a steel wire brush. This will remove any loose or flaking rust. I used a brush from Sherwin Williams with a little “ice scraper” attachment at…
Mother Nature, are you kidding me?? This past Friday my dad helped me out by tilling the soil in front of my house and near the lamppost to get ready for the landscape. Since it was so hard and clay-like, he mixed about 4-5 bags of Miracle Grow topsoil in as he was tilling it….