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Top 100 Front Yards Projects

  1. 76. Big, Wide and Desperate (05:46)

    A couple of busy parents need a clue about gardening in their front yard.

  2. 77. Anniversary Landscape (00:01:54)

    For their anniversary, a couple gets Gino to redo their "scary" front yard.

  3. 78. Blog Cabin 2011 90-Second Tour (02:23)

    Matt Blashaw gives a 90-second tour of the 2011 Blog Cabin's interior.

  4. 79. Most Desperate Landscape -3 (00:06:59)

    America's Most Desperate Landscape ends with an amazing front yard makeover

  5. 80. The Tale of Two Doors (20:00)

    With a growing family, Jeff and Dee rarely have time for their front yard.

  6. 81. Lush Landscaping Creates Major Curb Appeal

    Host Jason Cameron uses more than 160 plants, lots of turf, concrete stain and large equipment to take this landscape from worst to fir...

  7. 82. Small Yards, Big Designs

    DIY Network shows how dull yards can be transformed into dazzling, relaxing garden spaces.

  8. 83. Funky Austin Front Yard (00:03:11)

    Native plants give this Austin, Texas, home a low-maintenance front yard.

  9. 84. Espaliered Vine Disguises Wall (00:01:00)

    Disguise an unattractive wall with a vine trained to grown on an espalier.

  10. 85. First Impressions Part 3 (03:20)

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

  11. 86. Fresh Front Yard Makeover (03:47)

    Jason helps homeowners turn their front yard into the top dog on the block.

  12. 87. Seeking Single Mom (20:01)

    After years of passing the buck to mother nature, it's time for a makeover!

  13. 88. Vegas Escape vs Old Charm (00:39:58)

    Neighboring sisters battle it out over the fence-line.

  14. 89. Big, Wide and Desperate (20:00)

    A couple of busy parents need a clue about gardening in their front yard.

  15. 90. 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.

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