Prepare for your next landscaping project by discovering our planning ideas & tips.
If you're not irrigating your lawn, flower beds, and container plants using the most targeted, time-efficient methods possible, you're wasting water—and money
Adding the pleasing sights and sounds of flowing water to your backyard can transform it into a relaxing retreat
The plant-populated channels can redirect storm water to specific locations
Plant one to boost property values, lower energy costs—and leave a lasting legacy
Whether you’re looking for the best low maintenance or fastest growing groundcover for your lawn, these plants offer solutions to barren spots and spaces.
Smart ways to give yourself—and the environment—a break from big, demanding lawns.
Ask This Old House landscape designer Jenn Nawada installs a vertical garden to maximize space for a homeowner
Ask This Old House landscape designer Jenn Nawada heads to Phoenix to recreate the desert in a homeowner’s front yard
Learning about landscape edging with This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook
Put these items on your fix-it list to transition from winter to spring
Timely fast fixes, including trimming evergreens, storm-safety planning, and more
TOH landscape contractor Roger Cook details what to consider when looking for a pro to work on your yard
From trash to topsoil, everything travels more quickly when you stick a wheel underneath it
Choose types adapted to your local climate and soil conditions. The newest varieties have greater resistance to drought and disease and need less maintenance
Want a fresh lawn in your yard? We lined up the experts to help you choose the right turf and the best way get the greenest lawn in the neighborhood.
Fountains, ponds, even faux streams are great additions. Just consider resource maintenance before you build.
These ornamental grasses aren't only easy on the eyes; they're easy on the water bill, too
This gardening essential not only neatens up your yard, it also helps conserve water and discourages weeds.
It may come as a surprise to the sound-sensitive neighbors, but most people buy blowers too small for their needs