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Top 100 Lawns Projects

  1. 61. How to Repair a Lawn by Seeding

    Seeding over bare spots is the most common – and sometimes the trickiest – method used to repair lawns.

    Time:
    Month
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  2. 62. 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.

  3. 63. Betonomit (00:01:18)

    Safely break up large stones and rock into manageable pieces.

  4. 64. How to Identify and Get Rid of Common Lawn Pests

    The lawn experts at DIY Network show give you tips and tricks for identifying lawn pests and learning how to get rid of them.

  5. 65. Updating Your Entryway (01:00)

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

  6. 66. Watering Lawn and Plants (01:00)

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

  7. 67. Island of Flowers (03:20)

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

  8. 68. Crete Sheet (01:27)

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

  9. 69. 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.

  10. 70. Zen and the Art of Lawn Mower Maintenance

    The landscaping experts at DIY Network tell you how to keep your mower in tiptop shape so it’ll last for years to come.

  11. 71. Mowing 101 (00:02:22)

    Ahmed's mowing tips will make your lawn the envy of the neighborhood.

  12. 72. Growing a Lawn (04:06)

    Learn from a pro how to plant a healthy new lawn.

  13. 73. Billy Goat Force (00:01:34)

    Take a look at the world's most powerful push leaf blower.

  14. 74. Saltwater Weed Killer (00:00:24)

    Stop weeds from overtaking your yard with this environmentally safe trick.

  15. 75. Revved Up (20:00)

    It's all about the brute force as Chris checks out power tools.

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