DIY experts discuss how backyard landscaping not only creates a nice space to relax in; it also adds value to a home.
The first-ever Most Desperate yard makeover is revealed on the Today show.
A mini excavator makes short work of destroying desperate landscapes.
Gino creates a patio and basketball court in this backyard dumping ground.
A fountain is an easy way to bring the sound of water to your backyard.
The plan is to create a user-friendly area by installing a paver patio.
DIY Network shares before and after images from the show Desperate Landscapes featuring host Jason Cameron.
A plain old backyard is taken to the next level-a Japanese inspired yard.
After being restored, this deck won't require maintenance for 25 years.
Mulch adds a finished look to a garden and provides a natural weed barrier.
Jason revisits former desperate landscapes to find out what they've done.
The Moss brothers reclaim the existing brick to build a new circular patio.
Billy helps turn a this dilapidated deck into a Tahitian party paradise.
Add color and vitality to a drab, boring pond with these aquatic plants.
An arbor swing, colorful sandbox and a boulder bench help accent a new patio.