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Top 31 Low-Maintenance Projects

  1. 1. Solid Surface Countertops

    DIY Network shares information about solid surface countertops that offer a seamless look with low-maintenance style.

  2. 2. Easy Roses

    See pictures of low-maintenance roses at DIYNetwork.com.

  3. 3. Choosing Countertops: Manufactured Quartz

    DIY Network shows how low-maintenance and lovely quartz countertops suit a variety of design styles.

  4. 4. Drip Irrigation Installation (00:01:00)

    Install drip irrigation for a low-maintenance way to water your plants.

  5. 5. Adding Value to a Backyard

    DIY experts offer ways to spend a little time and money in the backyard to increase the value of a home.

  6. 6. Brocdorf Drive- Part 3 (05:29)

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

  7. 7. Low-Maintenance Plants for Easy Landscaping

    DIY Network offers 15 low-maintenance plant varieties and the planting information for each zone.

  8. 8. Composite Decking (02:05)

    Indoors Out uses composite decking for a sturdy, low-maintenance deck.

  9. 9. Arid Garden (04:35)

    Create a drought-resistant low-maintenance garden.

  10. 10. Low-Maintenance Water Feature (01:19)

    A water feature without a pond means very little maintenance.

  11. 11. Eco-Landscaping

    DIY experts turn a pine-straw-covered front yard into an environmentally-friendly landscape.

  12. 12. Desperate Landscapes (05:26)

    Jason Cameron and crew help a family create a low-maintenance front yard.

  13. 13. Brocdorf Drive- Part 4 (03:54)

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

  14. 14. How to Install a Water Bubbler

    Spruce up a backyard with this low-maintenance water feature.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  15. 15. 11 Hard-to-Kill Houseplants

    The gardening experts at DIYNetwork.com explain which plants are the easiest to grow indoors.

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