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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!
Joel and Lynn's house is hidden by huge shrubs and an ugly porch. Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron brings in the crew to raise the roof and put in new porch columns and railings. Additionally, he also builds creative planters to anchor the landscape.
Kevin and Kay's house has many problems: a weedy landscape, a missing window and porch steps that are out of code. Jason Cameron brings in a jackhammer and mini-excavator to fix the porch a concrete mixer and dozens of plants to transform the yard from worst to first.
A big house has some big problems with drainage and desperation. Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron heads to Denver with an excavator, a gutter extruder, gallons of paint and dozens of plants to put an end to a very desperate situation.
Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron visits the home of magician Penn Jillette and puts in 16 hours of hard work, and a little bit of magic, to transform his huge front yard into a magical oasis of artificial turf, desert plants and a few other surprises.
Brandon Bissell works at the immaculate Turner Field, home of the Atlanta Braves, but his yard is an overgrown mess of ivy complete with broken down steps and peeling paint. Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron enlists some help from the Tomahawk Girls to turn this landscape into a field of dreams.
Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron goes geometric as he plots a landscape to match a mid-century modern home. With a rectilinear design, new sidewalk and some creative planters, Jason banishes the desperation.
Genesis & Brett are hip, young homeowners with an eye for style...except when it comes to their landscape. Jason Cameron, host and licensed contractor, helps them clean up their stucco home and clear out their landscape jungle.
Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron is in Atlanta, where one of the biggest rainstorms ever threatens to wash out this landscape transformation. Slippery slopes make for a dangerous situation.
Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron helps homeowners in Denver say goodbye to their desperate landscape at their mid-century modern home. A new concrete landing and sidewalk add some much-needed drama to this lackluster landscape.
Sherice is a DIYer who is rehabbing the interior of a Victorian home. When it comes to the landscape however, she's clueless. Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron lends a hand by bringing in a huge gazebo, huge urns, and one of the biggest trees Desperate Landscape has ever planted.
Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron is in Las Vegas to help some casino workers transform their Desperate Landscapes. Jason's betting that synthetic turf, a fountain, and a new coat of paint will make these homeowners the envy of the neighborhood.
Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron goes to new heights to erase the desperation of this house. Jason rents the biggest aerial lift he's ever used to paint this old home, but a huge new tree threatens to kill the project.
Host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron helps a family transform their 90-year-old porch into a place the family can hang out and enjoy. Jason's ripping up carpet, building custom railings and filling the yard with historic plants.
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