It’s tempting to tear out overgrown landscaping in lieu of something new and fresh. But removing mature landscaping can cost you a lot more money and time that you may realize.
If there’s an area of your yard that is collecting water, a french drain is a a great solution to redirect the water to a different location of your property. Here’s a step by step tutorial for getting this done!
5 techniques to make new bricks look old and reclaimed for the most realistic faux aged brick look.
Create beautiful landscaping on a budget with these budget-friendly tips for front and backyard landscaping that won’t break the bank.
My Garden Pyramid Guide will help you to visualize how many of each plant type you should include in each garden. Get the right plant ratios to achieve a layered garden with 4-season interest.
Forking over the cash for new concrete sidewalks is not my idea of a fun DIY project (because it’s not). But since I was doing it I splurged by adding an extra charming brick paver walkway to my house! I think the results of the brick walkway speak for themselves on this one!
Dog-friendly landscaping tips to create a landscape that will accommodate your fur babies without having to sacrifice on the beautiful landscape of your dreams.
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 are other reasons, too! Here are some other reasons you may consider garden edging: Landscape Edging Materials Well, really this is a personal choice. There are lots of options available for edging… some are conventional, and some are really wild! A couple ideas for your edging include: Not only are there many materials available for edging, but once you decide on your material there are MORE options. Decisions, Decisions! If…
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. It turned out GREAT. The best part: as soon as I got home from work Friday, I was able to start planting! They were calling for some serious rain on Saturday and Sunday, so I thought getting a head start on this was the way to go. Mom, Bobbi, and my handsome nephew AJ came to help on Saturday morning. Within a few hours we had everything planted. It looks…