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Top 68 Soil Projects

  1. 16. Retaining Wall Base (02:28)

    The most important part of a retaining wall is the base.

  2. 17. Aerator Revitalizes Lawn (00:01:04)

    Jay encourages homeowners to use an aerator to revitalize compacted lawns.

  3. 18. Soil Quality (01:25)

    Dirt that doesn't retain water or nutrients won't do a landscape much good.

  4. 19. Keeping Potted Plants Hydrated (00:23)

    Do you forget to water? Here's a way to keep plants from drying out.

  5. 20. How to Analyze Soil Temps and Drainage

    Soil temperature and water drainage rates are as important to a plant as sunlight and fertilizer. Learn how to analyze these key elemen...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  6. 21. Tips for Watering Lawn in Summer

    The gardening experts at the DIY Network urge you to consider everything from soil properties to watering equipment when considering ho...

  7. 22. Fertilizer Facts

    DIY Network explains the key basics about fertilizer that will help you select the right type based on your soil composition and growin...

  8. 23. Pond Depth (01:57)

    There are specific depths to consider if a pond will have fish or plants.

  9. 24. Blueberries (04:43)

    Plant right and you'll be rewarded with delicious blueberries for years.

  10. 25. Laying Sod (01:00)

    Jason Cameron shares tips on laying sod to create a lush new lawn.

  11. 26. Repotting a Plant (01:19)

    Ahmed Hassan shares some simple tips on how to repot a plant.

  12. 27. Watering Lawns and Plants (01:46)

    Ahmed demonstrates the right way to water lawns and plantings.

  13. 28. How To Lay New Sod

    A quick fix to a dead landscape is instant green sod. Just a few rolls make a vibrant green carpet.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  14. 29. Growing Herbs (03:18)

    Joe Lamp'l shows how to plant movable herb gardens in strawberry pots.

  15. 30. Planting Tomatoes

    The DIY Network experts share these tips for growing tomatoes in your summer vegetable garden.

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