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Top 100 Lawns Projects

  1. 46. Vegetation Nutrition (00:22)

    See what scraps from the kitchen can be used to feed your garden.

  2. 47. How to Grow Grass in the Shade

    DIY Network gives you expert tips and advice for growing grass under a canopy of trees.

  3. 48. No-Crank Hose Reel (00:01:03)

    No more messing with cranks and dirty hoses. Check out this SmartReel.

  4. 49. Fall Cleanup Tips for Your Lawn, Garden, Deck and Patio

    Get ready for winter and a gorgeous spring garden and lawn with a thorough fall cleanup all around the outside of your home. Courtes...

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  5. 50. Lawn Upkeep (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for lawn maintenance.

  6. 51. Preventing Pets From Digging (00:23)

    Take a look at a great way to keep dogs from digging up your garden beds.

  7. 52. Brocdorf Drive- Part 4 (03:54)

    A busy family gets some help fixing up their Desperate Landscape.

  8. 53. Take a Look at the Greatest and Greenest Lawns in America

    DIY Network shares the top American lawns and fun facts about each to help inspire your landscaping dreams.

  9. 54. Betonomit (00:01:18)

    Safely break up large stones and rock into manageable pieces.

  10. 55. Tips on Warm-Season and Cool-Season Grasses

    The lawn experts at DIY Network share simple tips for caring for warm-season and cold-season grasses.

  11. 56. Updating Your Entryway (01:00)

    Make the outside of your home as inviting as the inside with these tips.

  12. 57. Watering Lawn and Plants (01:00)

    Here's a crash course on watering lawns and plants.

  13. 58. Island of Flowers (03:20)

    Spice up that dull bit of lawn with an island of colorful flowers.

  14. 59. Crete Sheet (01:27)

    This durable plastic sheet casn be used as a "mixing bowl" for concrete.

  15. 60. Mulching and Bagging vs. Edging and Trimming

    Should you mulch and bag or edge and trim? These are important questions when caring for your lawn. DIY experts offer some answers.

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