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Top 100 Lawns Projects

  1. 61. Groundcovers and Plants to Use As Lawn Alternatives

    DIY Network landscape experts share facts about how to choose and where to place groundcovers and plants used as lawn alternatives.

  2. 62. Echo Power Pruner (00:01:50)

    Keep your feet firmly on the ground while trimming limbs in trees.

  3. 63. Add a Planting Bed to a Lawn (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for adding a planting bed to a lawn.

  4. 64. How to Repair a Broken Sprinkler Head

    Irrigation repairs can be quite costly, but they often can easily be done by DIYers. Follow these simple, cost-conscious steps to repai...

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  5. 65. Mow for Performance

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  6. 66. A Sharp Edge (00:60)

    There are some tricks to edging a lawn that will make your life easier.

  7. 67. Landscaping the Dollar House (00:03:17)

    Nicole finishes up her $1 house by completing the entryway and landscaping.

  8. 68. Updating Your Entryway (01:00)

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

  9. 69. How to Select the Right Hose for the Job

    Hoses are one of the most widely used garden accessories. Learn how to make the right choice when shopping for a new one.

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    $1 - $50
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    Easy
  10. 70. How to Fertilize a Lawn (00:02:35)

    Ahmed Hassan shares detailed expert information on how to fertilize a lawn.

  11. 71. Dethatching a Lawn (01:02)

    Here are the DIY basics for dethatching a lawn.

  12. 72. Yard Stick (00:00:24)

    Check out this time-saving tip for planting herbs, vegetables and flowers.

  13. 73. Green Your Lawn

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  14. 74. Rite in the Rain (00:01:32)

    When your office is the outdoors, this note-taking paper makes sense.

  15. 75. Betonomit (00:01:18)

    Safely break up large stones and rock into manageable pieces.

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