Read through step-by-step tutorials to help you prepare for any installation pertaining to your yard.
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Dry wells are subsurface, engineered water displacement systems that collect and disperse unwanted water from rainstorms and runoff.
Roger Cook, landscape contractor, visits a stone yard that makes prefabricated stone walls at their facility before installing them on-site.
Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough installs a fire pit kit in this DIY Smarts project.
Ask This Old House landscape designer Jenn Nawada helps a homeowner replace and improve foundation plantings that have been crushed by snow piles
A homeowner selects foundation plantings that include edible varieties for both people and wildlife.
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This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook helps a pair of homeowners select and plant a privacy screen using bamboo plants.
A place to rinse off outdoors is a no-brainer for beach dwellers. But it's also great for cleaning up grimy gardeners, sweaty Little Leaguers, and muddy mutts. Here's how to hook up one of your own.
Create an automatic watering system that makes sure lawn plants get their fill.
Coax those tongue-and-groove edges together for a tight, no-bounce fit