If you are a little bored with your generic vinyl or brick fence, a “living fence” may be a good option for your yard! A living fence is a type of fence derived from living plants or trees. Believe it or not, these have been said to provide more privacy than a regular fence would!
Imagine never having to buy apples from the store, you could simply walk outside and pick one out of your garden. Of course, planting (and then harvesting) fruit trees is a lot of hard work, and the trees have to mature before they are ready to bear fruit. Use these tips to ensure that your
While you may not be able to do a whole lot of work in the yard or garden during winter, that doesn’t mean you have to wait for the first day of spring to get back out there. As the weather begins to warm up, there are a few things you can do to prep
Are you looking for the perfect DIY waterfall for your yard or garden? You are sure to find it in this list of 15 DIY waterfalls…now the problem is choosing which one! Learn how to make one of these DIY waterfall projects today!
Having a bright and colorful yard is always a fun project, but it can also be lots of hard and time-consuming work. Here’s a list great perennials that you can put in your yard to brighten it up and make it look great!
While it may be nice to have a big, open, and spacious yard, if you don’t have a fence that you never know who (or what) will come into it. However, if you just get any normal, old fence than you run the risk of your backyard looking boring and commonplace. Here are some awesome
Pathways can break up boring backyards and make them look classy and fancy. However, getting a path professionally installed can be expensive and incredibly inconvenient. Instead of spending lots of money and getting stressed out for a new pathway, try some of these awesome DIY landscape pathways to die for!
Ground covers aren’t used very often and are sometimes misunderstood. However, they’re incredibly useful and beautiful to have around. Ground covers not only help protect the soil and slow down erosion, but they also can add color and even nice smells. Here are some of the best ground covers to have around!