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Top 100 Landscaping Projects

  1. 31. The Value of Adding a Back Deck

    DIY experts discuss how backyard landscaping not only creates a nice space to relax in; it also adds value to a home.

  2. 32. America's First Most Desperate (01:46)

    The first-ever Most Desperate yard makeover is revealed on the Today show.

  3. 33. Mini Excavator (01:26)

    A mini excavator makes short work of destroying desperate landscapes.

  4. 34. The Best of Both Worlds (20:01)

    Gino creates a patio and basketball court in this backyard dumping ground.

  5. 35. Freestanding Fountains (00:55)

    A fountain is an easy way to bring the sound of water to your backyard.

  6. 36. Front Yard Patio (20:00)

    The plan is to create a user-friendly area by installing a paver patio.

  7. 37. Dramatic Before-and-Afters From DIY Network's Desperate Landscapes

    DIY Network shares before and after images from the show Desperate Landscapes featuring host Jason Cameron.

  8. 38. Pagoda Shed (20:01)

    A plain old backyard is taken to the next level-a Japanese inspired yard.

  9. 39. Second-Story Restored Deck (00:02:03)

    After being restored, this deck won't require maintenance for 25 years.

  10. 40. The Secret of Mulch (00:00:50)

    Mulch adds a finished look to a garden and provides a natural weed barrier.

  11. 41. Where Are They Now? (00:20:01)

    Jason revisits former desperate landscapes to find out what they've done.

  12. 42. Circular Reused-Brick Patio (00:02:56)

    The Moss brothers reclaim the existing brick to build a new circular patio.

  13. 43. Tropical Tiki Transformation (03:44)

    Billy helps turn a this dilapidated deck into a Tahitian party paradise.

  14. 44. Planting Aquatic Plants (00:01:00)

    Add color and vitality to a drab, boring pond with these aquatic plants.

  15. 45. Backyard for Family Fun (20:01)

    An arbor swing, colorful sandbox and a boulder bench help accent a new patio.

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