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Top 100 Front Yards Projects

  1. 46. A Ghostly Transformation (20:00)

    A certified ghost hunter and his wife look to transform their front yard.

  2. 47. Help on Hulbert Avenue- Part 2 (05:25)

    An overworked single mom is getting help for her Desperate Landscape.

  3. 48. Build a Compost Bin (00:01:00)

    Ahmed Hassan shows how to build a simple three-stage compost bin.

  4. 49. Real Estate Clueless (20:01)

    Jason Cameron and team free this modern house from its old-fashioned mess.

  5. 50. Fire-and-Water Backyards (00:03:19)

    The two competing backyards get exciting fire-and-water-filled makeovers.

  6. 51. Tropic Oasis or Golfer's Dream (00:03:37)

    Both are fantastic, but which backyard retreat will come out on top?

  7. 52. Fabulous Front Yards

    Let your home put its best foot forward. Get inspired by these photos of front yards from DIY Network.

  8. 53. America's Most Desperate Landscape 2010: Landscape Tips for Weekly Winner No. 1

    Jason Cameron shares 5 tips that will take this Florida landscape out of the desperate column.

  9. 54. First Impressions Part 2 (04:22)

    Cedar shakes, paint and a front yard patio add to a home's marketability.

  10. 55. One Desperate Landscape (20:00)

    Jason transforms this barren front yard into a yard to be proud of.

  11. 56. America's Most Desperate Landscape 2010: The Finalists

    See the finalists for America's Most Desperate Landscape 2010 on DIYNetwork.com.

  12. 57. Gardening, Rain or Shine- 2 (06:10)

    Longtime community residents get some desperately needed landscape help.

  13. 58. Front Yard Landscaping Ideas

    Explore these DIY Network photos of front yard landscaping designs and get ideas for your own garden.

  14. 59. Landscape Makeover: From Desperate Yard to Picket-Pretty Curb Appeal

    A neglected front yard receives a colorful transformation with a picket fence and dozens of new plants.

  15. 60. Blog Cabin 2011 Front Yard (01:04)

    Matt Blashaw welcomes viewers to the front entrance of the 2011 Blog Cabin.

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