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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!
A couple of busy parents need a clue about gardening in their front yard. The neighbors say Greg and Julie don't have a green thumb between them, and their big wide lawn is a mess despite the fact Greg works for the PGA! DIY's Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes' team jump in to help. Armed with some big power tools, 9 gallons of paint and more than 75 plants, you can expect some big changes on Oak Street!
Julie and Graham are about to walk down the aisle, but before they say "I do", their neighbors are saying "We don't" to their messy landscape. Graham is a surfer and Julie is busy planning their wedding. The young couple has spent so much money on a new parking pad that they've blown their budget for the landscape. DIY's Desperate Landscapes' Jason Cameron vows to fix it the mess in just a day. He's rebuilding the porch, building a new fence and planting dozens of cool new plants to fix the Desperate Landscape on 8th Avenue North.
Tom's a mason and Cara is his yoga-instructor wife. After spending months and months on an interior renovation, they're tied up in knots over their Desperate Landscape. Neighbors say the yard is a blank canvas...desperate for some color. Jason Cameron is just the man to fix it. With Jason's plan, a lot of paint and a little brick work from Tom. They're going to turn this boring concrete block home into one of the best on the block.
What happens when a real estate agent has the most tragic landscape on his block? The neighbors smile with the irony of it all and turn their heads when they drive by. Chad Rooney is a young self-start building a real estate business who has neglected his landscape to the point the neighbors have started complaining. With a house full of roommates and the arrival of DIY's Jason Cameron, the Desperate Landscapes team begins to free this modern house from its old fashioned mess.
In a neighborhood of teardowns near the beach, one homeowner is struggling to keep her cottage from being swallowed up by McMansions. While the neighbors love her fighting spirit, they hate her landscape! DIY Network's Jason Cameron and crew are headed to the beach where Kim Rogers' beach cottage is all shabby and no chic . Jason is set to help Kim realize that potential. He's building a fence, staining a deck, painting the house and so much more.
The neighbors are using some harsh words and pointing fingers at one house where a landscape killing spree is injuring the whole neighborhood! You'll meet to two clueless homeowners and see why one neighbor is accusing them of committing "landscape homicide". DIY's Jason Cameron does some detective work to find new plants and new carpentry projects that will turn this "crime scene" into the best landscape on the block!
A family with good intentions of helping the environment is now targeted by neighbors for creating a green-geared mess! This eco-conscious family is desperate to turn their disaster of a front yard into something they can be proud of, but Geoff and Sarah spent all their green on a green rehab of their house, and now the yard could use some help. Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes' crew is set to turn a pine-straw covered front yard into an environmentally-friendly landscape...one that will make the neighbors on 8th Street green with envy.
The DIY's Network's coast to coast search for America's Most Desperate landscape brought a tidal wave of desperation and more than 14,000 entries. DIY's Jason Cameron brings 4 finalists to compete on NBC's Today Show with the winner getting our biggest transformation ever. A decade of front yard neglect gets washed away in just 48 hours as Jason helps the yard go from most desperate to most spectacular!!
Just out of college this homeowner and his buddies are finding having an "animal house" of a landscape is causing some trouble with the neighbors. Brian Allesandro is a coach and a new homeowner. His front yard is filled with weeds and doggy landmines, and his neighbors want to see it cleaned up. DIY's Jason Cameron is the man with the plan. With help from Brian and his roommates, Jason's using a lot of tools out of his arsenal to fix the mess. From an amazingly powerful concrete saw to some cool new columns...Jason's going to be busy as he fixes a damaged front step, replaces porch posts, builds new shutters and more. The neighbors have been saying Brian's house looks like an old frat house.....but now...they're saying this Desperate Landscape is going to be the pride of Parkway Avenue!
Michaele Blackburn is the ultimate do-it-yourselfer. She's rehabbing an old home inside and out. She's made a lot of progress, but her neighbors wish she'd finish up faster. Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes' crew are ready to pitch in and bring some relief to Grant Street. A mini-excavator, chainsaw and a reciprocating saw are just a few of the tools needed to fix up this front yard...and when the day is done, Michaele's neighbors are sure to be impressed.
Mike and Claudia are cute, young newlyweds who have both charmed their neighbors and made them shake their heads. In a neighborhood of neat, manicured yards, Mike and Claudia's sticks out like a sore thumb. An ugly awning frame, peeling paint, a disastrous front door, an old drafty window and a lack of color are just a few of the problems at the Ratterman's home. The young couple is eager to work, but they're in need of a helping hand. That's where Jason Cameron comes in...and he's bringing in a cherry picker to make the job go faster. By the end of the day, Claudia and Mike will make their neighbors proud.
In a quiet, secluded neighborhood, John and Sarah's landscape is screaming for help, and the neighbors are asking for an intervention. That's Jason Cameron's cue. His project list is a long one as he tries to fix drainage problems, build a picket fence and add some color to the house and the landscape. In 8 hours, the Humphry's house on Dogwood won't be desperate anymore.
It's never too late in the season to try and fix a desperate landscape and this episode is proof -battling the ugly is a year round sport. On a freezing cold day, DIY's Jason Cameron joins Niro, Julie and their kids to fix an old house that makes the neighbors cringe. Rotted columns, chipping paint and absolutely no plants are all the things that brought DIY's Jason Cameron on the scene to help this young family . At the end of the day, this big old home on Woodford Road will be living up to its full potential.
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