Another dead tree! This one fell over. Now if only the seller would remove it.
Entries Tagged as 'Landscaping'
October 28th, 2014 · 1 Comment
October 27th, 2014 · 4 Comments
Halloween is almost here. These home owners are getting into the Halloween spirit with their dead trees.
This property in Eloy, Arizona has TWO dead trees (above and below photos).
The dead tree adds so much to the curb appeal.
The orange tree is dead.
Two half-dead trees or should we be more optimistic and say two half-alive trees?
This tree doesn’t look healthy. Why did the seller take a photo of it?
A big branch broke off from a storm. Now what?
October 15th, 2014 · No Comments
Sad, dead tree. Charlie Brown Christmas tree?
September 15th, 2014 · 3 Comments
When visiting this house, it is okay to park on the driveway. However, the seller is not responsible for any damage to your car if/when the palm tree falls over.
August 31st, 2014 · 1 Comment
Don’t worry, once the drought ends in California, the trees will green up real nice. [Blythe, California]
Close your eyes and imagine how it used to look.
There’s still some green! Oh, wait. Is that the neighbor’s yard or this yard?
August 8th, 2014 · 5 Comments
This Tempe, Arizona home looks so tantalizing.
Now that the front yard caught your attention, wanna see inside?
Spacious living room.
They were inspired by squished jelly beans? Or Candy Crush Saga?
The drapes add dramatic flair to this room.
Looking the other direction.
The pool has seen better days.
There’s a shadowy figure lurking in the background.
A cardboard figure?
July 31st, 2014 · 3 Comments
Your kids are sure to squeal with delight when they see this amazing playhouse. And then they’ll squeal in pain from splinters, loose nails, black widow spiders, etc.
July 27th, 2014 · 3 Comments
Thank you, Michael, for sending us these photos of a remodeled San Diego, California house. The house is beautiful, but the gnarly, old tree out front is creepy and ugly.
The tree has been trimmed up too high, so now it’s all gangly branches and no leaves. It distracts from the house.
You can see the ugly branches from the living room window.
Beautiful new kitchen. Looks clean, fresh, and bright. White cabinets, especially Shaker style as seen here, with engineered quartz counters are very popular right now in kitchen redesign. Note how the glass backsplash is only one color.
Could be featured in a magazine.
Clean and fresh looking bathroom too. Thank you, Michael, for the photos.
July 22nd, 2014 · 5 Comments
This Phoenix home made an impression on our reader Jayne, but not a good impression. This is the master bedroom, for example.
The sellers trimmed their olive tree. They lion-tailed the branches. Also known as lollipopping. It’s a topiary terror.
Or it’s a spaceship on the bottom section with aliens waving around. Thank you, Jayne!
June 19th, 2014 · 2 Comments
What can we do to improve the curb appeal of this house? Remove the lattice. New roof, new paint, new landscaping.