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Nothing is more embarrassing than having the ugliest yard on the block — especially when your neighbors call you out. Armed with creative solutions, licensed contractor Jason Cameron transforms a negligent neighbor's troubled yard into an outdoor showplace — in only one day. From new planting beds and big, new trees to fresh paint and fencing, DIY Network's Desperate Landscapes is all about going from helpless to beautiful!
Landscape Pro Jason Cameron is heading out to Edgehill Lane where a young bachelor's home is desperate for some attention. Brandon Delis is busy with work and a charity organization he founded. That's why his porch is falling apart...his sidewalk is busted...and his landscape is overgrown! Jason and the Desperate Landscapes crew have all the tips, tools and landscape tricks to fix up Brandon's yard in one day.
Desperate Landscapes heads to a neighborhood where a popular family is being pushed into getting help for their barren front yard. DIY's Jason Cameron helps Joe and Margie Eves create a colorful and lush front landscape where there was none. To the delight of the neighbors, Jason also gets rid of an eyesore everyone on the block has been talking about!
DIY's Desperate Landscapes sets out to help Mary Rake, a single mom juggling three active kids and a job as a children's author. Watch as landscaping pro, Jason Cameron brings out the backhoe, the jigsaw, big plants and buckets of paint to turn a tired Tudor into a story book house
Burdsall Avenue is a neighborhood known for being family-friendly...and for having great retaining walls...and new-to-the-neighborhood, Jeff Moffitt and Julie Cowens just don't fit in. Neighbors think Jeff and Julie are great, but their railroad tie retaining wall and sealed garage door have got to go! Landscaping Pro Jason Cameron brings out the sledge hammer, the stone and plenty of plants to turn a desperate landscape into a jewel of the neighborhood.
Desperate Landscapes is heading out to Lemontree Lane where marching band members Erin and Bryan are the hit of the neighborhood. Their landscape though is hitting a sour note with everyone on the block. The Wisecups are landscape challenge lacking the skills they need to match their neighbor's efforts. Enter DIY Landscaping Pro Jason Cameron, with new shrubs and trees, gallons of paint, and some cool tools to build a new trellis. At the end of the day the landscape is a sweet melody of beautiful plants and the neighbors are singing the praises of the Desperate Landscapes team.
With a street named Garden Road, you'd expect the yards to be beautiful, but not at Mary Lynn Bea's (pronounced Bay) house. Mary Lynn's neighbors say she's too busy with work, planning a wedding and leading young students as part of an international ambassador program to tend to her neglected yard. Enter DIY's Desperate Landscapes and Pro Jason Cameron. He brings the power tools and plants to brighten up Mary Lynn's landscape and make all the neighbors on Garden Road happy.
DIY's Desperate Landscape's crew has a tough job ahead of them as they tackle a huge front yard at Marc and Eileen Ross' house. The couple needs some serious landscape lessons. They've been too busy with the kids and Eileen's new catering business to tackle their to-do list. Landscaping Pro Jason Cameron has the tools and tips to finish all the projects in just one day. From restoring a desperate huge planter to restoring some light fixtures to finding some deer resistant plants, Desperate Landscapes gets the job done
DIY's Desperate Landscapes is heading to Primer Court where single mom, Lori Schulz needs a primer on landscaping. With a rusty front door and overgrown weeds and shrubs, Lori's neighbors say she is desperate for a landscape makeover. Jason Cameron answers the call for help. He's bringing in new plants, paint and plenty of wood and nails to build a fence to hide a very common eyesore.
Kevin Wilhelm and his wife Rachel Hrnyack has been busy turning Kevin's bachelor pad into a home they both can love, but neighbors on Losantiridge Avenue want this friendly couple to turn their attention to their Desperate Landscape. That's Landscape Pro Jason Cameron's cue to get out his table saw, tools and landscape plans to fix up the yard. With paint, some DIY planters and plenty of shrubs, the crew is ready to bring some harmony to this friendly neighborhood.
DIY's Jason Cameron heads to Washington Avenue where civic pride is booming in the city neighborhood. Karyn and Michael Cotton are feeling a little pressure from their neighbors( who happen to include a city councilman!) to fix up the front yard. Karyn and Michael have been too busy taking care of the grandkids and Karyn has just started a day care center at her church: all good reasons why they need help from Desperate Landscapes. Jason turns a sea of brown into a colorful garden and shows how to save money by installing an awning.
Infant twins, one giant dog and two busy parents make for one very desperate landscape! DIY Landscape Pro Jason Cameron helps Mollie and Eric Erpenbeck turn their barren front yard into one everyone on Yancey Drive can be proud of. New plants and a huge new tree will go a long way toward improving the landscape, but the crowning jewels are new window boxes. Jason's packed up the drills, the saws and the shovels to tackle a weekend's worth of projects in just one day.
Police Officer Michael Rees is surrounded by neighbors who love him but hate his landscape. An injury sidelined Michael and prevents him from making some much needed improvements...so instead of calling 911, the neighbors called Jason Cameron and Desperate Landscapes for help. Jason has a plan to bring color to the yard and the house with a project list that the crew will tackle in just one day.
Desperate Landscapes helps a busy art teacher turn her messy front yard into a masterpiece. Louise Hausman has an eye for beauty, but she lacks the time to fix up her front yard to meet the standards of her close knit community. That's where Jason Cameron comes in. He has the paint, plants and tools needed to help Louise put her artistic touch to good use to fix her Desperate Landscape.
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