Consider the various ways of using rocks in your landscape design—and the many benefits.
Ask This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook helps a homeowner prune his crabapple tree
In this how-to video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook discusses the benefits of testing soil.
From home remedies to professional solutions, here’s everything you need to know about getting rid of a tree stump in your yard.
The type of chainsaw you pick can have a large impact on whether you end up with a clean cut or a splintered disaster. In this review, the This Old House Reviews Team researched the five best chainsaws on Amazon to help you find the product that’s right for you and your home. The products included in this article are available at various home improvement stores, local home centers, and online retailers like Amazon.
Ask This Old House landscape designer Jenn Nawada updates a landscape by moving around, dividing, and pruning the current plants in the yard.
Give your lawn and garden the care they need by removing debris, dividing crowded perennials, and adding mulch—so plants can come back stronger.
Pierre Landscape provides eco-friendly landscaping services to Los Angeles residents. Read our review to learn about services and how Pierre stacks up against the competition.
If you’re a Chicago resident looking for landscaping services, consider Mariani Landscape. Read our review to learn more about services, pricing, and customer reviews.
If you’re looking for lawn care and landscaping services, Cagwin & Dorward may be right for you. Keep reading to learn about Cagwin & Dorward services, pricing, and customer reviews.
R.P. Marzilli & Company is a leading landscape firm based in the New England area. Keep reading to learn more about their services.
Christy Webber Landscapes is a full-service landscape design company based in Chicago. Read on for information about services and pricing in your area.
Heartland Turf & Landscape is a Kansas-based landscaping and lawn care company that provides services like overseeding, leaf removal, and pest control. Keep reading our review to learn more.
If you’re looking for a traditional landscaping business that offers full-service design and installation services, consider Denison Landscaping. Read this review to learn more about services and availability.
These vibrant, versatile bushes can bring color and beauty to your garden all year long. Here’s what you need to know about planting, pruning, and propagating hebe shrubs.
Ask This Old House landscape contractor Jenn Nawada explains the purposes of different types of mulch and demonstrates a few application techniques.
If you’ve ever fantasized about growing a fruit tree, it’s entirely possible, even if you don’t have acres of land. A small backyard or even a pot on a balcony will do.
Looking to eke a little more living out of your backyard patch of green? As the past year has made clear, outdoor spaces are vital to our well-being—and they can double our dining, entertaining, and hangout space. Here’s how three couples created a bit of paradise in their own backyards.
Ask This Old House landscape contractor Jenn Nawada explains some of the basics of selecting and caring for a couple different species of arborvitae.
Read these simple ways to keep the ticks off of people and pets by taking care of your lawn and landscaping.
Install clay pavers to form a tidy garden border to separate your lawn from plantings.
Jenn Nawada, landscape designer for Ask This Old House, helps install a pondless waterfall in a backyard.
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shows how to harness the sun's energy to power a backyard water feature.
Prune these specimens in the late winter or early spring for thicker foliage later on.
Mark McCullough and Jenn Nawada work together to reface an ugly concrete wall with a thin stone veneer to better match the rest of the patio that surrounds it.
When a house needs a lot of attention, the yard can get short shrift. Here are some budget-friendly ways to improve your great outdoors.
Home technology expert, Ross Trethewey explores a variety of ways that landscaping could be done automatically via robots and smart home products.
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook uses muscles and machines to safely move trees to new locations