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Top 60 Fall Projects

  1. 1. To-Do List for Fall Gardening

    October and November are good months to do some gardening and landscaping. DIY Network outlines just a few things a gardener could or s...

  2. 2. Lawn Maintenance

    DIY Network offers a few tips and tricks to keep your lawn looking great all year round.

  3. 3. Best Pump for Water Gardens (01:26)

    Check out this essential guide for selecting and installing a water pump.

  4. 4. Focus on Landscape Lighting (00:01:13)

    Jay shares tips on installing accent and safety lighting in a landscape.

  5. 5. Fall Decorating With Burlap (00:02:00)

    Give your Thanksgiving table the feeling of fall with these striking ideas.

  6. 6. Billy Goat Multi-Vac (00:02:56)

    This lawn vacuum gobbles up leaves and just about anything out there.

  7. 7. Autumn Lawn Care (00:01:04)

    Make your lawn happy with this lesson on getting your yard autumn ready.

  8. 8. Extend Your Outdoor Living

    With the temperatures cooling down, DIY Network shows you how to extend the season with our kick-off to fall entertaining and gardening...

  9. 9. Building an NFL Stadium (20:01)

    Matt works as part of the construction crew to build the NFL stadium.

  10. 10. Co2 Detector and Smoke Alarms (01:00)

    Each fall think safety, and check your carbon dioxide and smoke detectors.

  11. 11. Fall Mexican Table Setting (00:02:00)

    Thanksgiving decor gets the flavor of Mexico with these tamale husks.

  12. 12. How to Plant Trees and Shrubs

    Planting trees or shrubs in the fall, before the first freeze or frost, gives the roots time to wander through the soil. Here are a few...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  13. 13. Compost for Lawn Maintenance (00:01:39)

    Composting and rain harvesting turn lawn waste into organic fertilizer.

  14. 14. Gravely Rapid M (01:35)

    This powerful tool transforms easily from season to season.

  15. 15. Fall Soil Preparation

    DIY experts discuss how amending garden soil in the fall can make things a lot easier come spring.

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