Added by on 2016-07-08

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Landscaping on a budget is a perfect project for our neighbors Dean and Ellen. They wanted to re-landscape the front of their house and ask us for some advice. They hired our son Skye to do the work once the overall landscaping plan was in place. The weeds needed to be eliminated, 4,400 pounds of natural stone delivered, and a couple new plants selections made, we were ready for some simple clean makeover. Video Rating: / 5

16 Comments

  • Jackie Horsley 1 year ago

    i like that house its so pretty i like the stone on the outside of the house the flowers and shrubs really dress up the house to

  • Niru Shah 1 year ago

    Great! I should send this to some friends-LOL

  • SuperWoodyboy 1 year ago

    I would have used a Magnolia (up to zone 4 now) Rhododendrons and  Hydrangeas….think yah missed the boat on the beautiful shrubs available today……rock is gonna be miserable to move to plant annuals and perennials!  Also the whole area should have been tilled and peat moss and other additives should have been used….Groups of odd numbers 3,5,7…..and never plant in straight lines…..and gentle curved borders!

  • SuperWoodyboy 1 year ago

    Stone is a MISERABLE mulch to work with…heavy and smothers plants and ridiculously hard to move around to garden in the future…Bark mulch or rubber is superior!…BTW those gutters have all sorts of crap in them they need cleaning!

  • s Buzz 1 year ago

    i know this is old post but in waukegan we had quarries and the county, for rocks  cheaper. are alot of rock pits in your wisconsin area?

  • Mia Atoc 1 year ago

    Hastas mached very well with stones.I would put some flower baskets and pots of flowers in front of the door. And a bistro table and chairs.I would plant japonese maple tree to contrast collor of hastas.II like all our ideas,but i cant resist in give my suggestions .

  • Sheds Direct Manchester 1 year ago

    I felt satisfied as I have heard the ideas on landscaping in a very convenient and economical approach. It is really flattering to learn an experience coming from an expert designer. I salute your excellency on this matter!

  • Brett boyles 1 year ago

    I loved the tips I am Once again going to be redoing my landscape. I am on 14 and I am in love with landscaping I think my parents will love to hear how much it is going to cost them. Haha the love the hair also.

  • WisconsinGarden 1 year ago

    I’m so glad, ShirlAnn. Thanks for taking the time to share. Take pictures, before and after so you appreciate how different it looks and how much work you did. It’s always satisfying to go back and look. Lynn

  • ShirlAnn Solomon 1 year ago

    You offer some very ggod tips to making my projects simple and bidget friendly.

  • WisconsinGarden 1 year ago

    Yes, he is a sweetie and so appreciative too. Thanks for your comment. Lynn

  • WisconsinGarden 1 year ago

    Thanks, Dee. Yes, we can go on a mini field trip. 🙂

  • WisconsinGarden 1 year ago

    Great idea, Vada. We will have to do an update so everyone can see how lovely it turned out. Thanks, Lynn

  • CapeCodGardening 1 year ago

    Oh your neighbor seems so sweet… You guys are such nice people helping them out.

  • snookie65 1 year ago

    Will sneak a peek during our next visit. Well done to all of you.

  • Vada Ann 1 year ago

    I would like to see it all finished. I am especially interested in what the porch looks like. Maybe follow up at the end of the summer. xoxo

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