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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!
DIY Network searches the country for America's Most Desperate Landscape and finds it in Niwot, Colo. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron uses concrete, pavers, boulders and more to transform this desperate landscape.
It's a close fit on this episode of DIY Network's Desperate Landscapes. In a neighborhood where it's 25 feet from one front door to the next, licensed contractor Jason Cameron squeezes in an amazing transformation with new stairs and a new paver walkway. This landscape will change from worst to first.
An acre of land, a cul-de-sac and too much sun are the challenges facing licensed contractor Jason Cameron. He rolls in some big trees and fixes a precarious situation on the front porch to transform this desperate landscape.
Licensed contractor Jason Cameron helps a U.S. Marine create the landscape of his dreams. Jason builds stone planters, a fence and window boxes to help fix this desperate landscape.
Licensed contractor, Jason Cameron, sets out to help a young homeowner with an old landscape. Jason's using a cool new product to stain the patio and building brick planters to take this old house from worst to first.
Licensed contractor Jason Cameron heads to Wyoming, Ohio where landscaping is an art, and Mick and Joyce are the talk of the town for their horrible weeds and lack of landscaping. Jason kills the weeds, brings in huge rock and some big trees to put an end to the gossip.
DIY Network's Jason Cameron plays Santa and delivers a new landscape to the grinchiest landscape on the block. Jason hangs thousands of lights, shows how to bulk up a store bought wreath and lays a bright new "lawn".
Katie and Roy just got married, but the honeymoon is over as far as the landscape is concerned. Jason Cameron has plans for a huge new stamped concrete patio, a new driveway and a fresh coat of paint for the house.
Licensed Contractor Jason Cameron heads to DIY Network's Blog Cabin to work his magic on the desperate landscape. With input from viewers, Jason builds new stone pillars, installs a new driveway and new shutters.
DIY Network's Jason Cameron fixes up an English-style home with a formal landscape and beautiful stone columns. Jason and his sidekick, Ryan, have a war of words over an aluminum fence project.
DIY Network's Jason Cameron tackles one of the most overgrown, out of control yards he's ever seen. This house isn't just the worst on the block. It's the worst in the neighborhood! Jason's building planters, mending fences and taming the jungle.
DIY Network's Jason Cameron is up against the clock helping a couple with a baby due any day. Jason pours a new stroller-friendly walkway, adds a huge retaining wall and a gorgeous new planting bed, but will Jason's labor finish before the homeowner's begins?
Mindi and Morgan Rich rehabbed the inside of their house, now they're ready for the outside. Jason Cameron comes in to pour a new gravel parking court, rebuild brick columns and turn this barren eyesore into a lush landscape.
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