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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!
Jason Cameron brings an Old Florida home to life again. With heavy machinery, pavers and the help of radar, Jason and the Priors battle the elements to save a boring front yard.
Muscles aren't the only thing Jason Cameron's building as he helps a bodybuilder fix up his Desperate Landscapes. Watch how a new retaining wall, new shutters and plenty of plants transform this ugly yard.
Tim and his three roommates have a big problem. They need a new roof for their porch. Jason Cameron and his crew raise the roof, pour a new sidewalk and stairs and plant some pretty cool plants, too.
Chad and Samantha Jewel want to turn their home into a beachy bungalo. Bring on Jason Cameron and his crew. With some tropical plants, paint, Bermuda shutters and a Dingo, they turn the house into a tropical paradise.
Ryan and his fiancée call in help to fix up their landscape before their wedding. With the bridal party and Jason Cameron, they paint, plant and build a new windowbox for their new home.
Cliff and Kimberly Dees have the "honor" of holding the title for America's Most Desperate Landscape. With more than 200 plants, a mini hoe, 1500 square feet of sod and a lot of manpower. Jason Cameron transforms their landscape.
Patrick and Rachel's yard is full of good intentions gone bad. Jason Cameron brings thousands of dollars worth of plants, power tools, paint and palm trees to fix it up.
Coach and Molly bought their first home together, and they admit their landscape is a disaster. Jason Cameron more than 160 plants, lots of turf, concrete stain and big machinery to take this landscape from worst to first.
Neighbors on Woodmont Avenue are on a crusade to get Kate Donnellon to fix her landscape. Jason Cameron is set to help. He's got a house to paint, a huge sidewalk to pour and more than 100 plants to put in the ground!
Mo & Natasha Smith are surrounded by great landscapes. It's going to take a ton of work to bring their house up to par. Jason Cameron goes old school to create a landscape on a slope and quiet the critics.
Neighbors are running out of patience with Jason & Deborah Chambless's landscape. Jason Cameron brings peace to the neighborhood with cool painting tools, more than 100 plants and an easy camouflage trick.
Mike and Abby have ignored their landscape while rehabbing their 100-year-old home. Now, Jason Cameron is set to help them keep up with the neighbors. A new paver sidewalk and dozens of plants should do the trick.
Jamey & Laura's house sits smack at the end of a cul-de-sac for all the neighbors to see their nasty landscape. Jason Cameron needs an auger to make big changes, but will he kill the cable and the water?
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