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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's licensed contractor Jason Cameron helps newlyweds Catherine and Kyle put an end to the neighbors' complaints about their yard. The plan? Jason and his crew pour a new sidewalk and steps, build a new stone retaining wall and give the house a fresh coat of paint. Plus, to top things off, the homeowners get a last-minute wedding gift from Catherine's dad.
Kristie is a successful professional in the public relations industry, but she has a P.R. disaster on her hands when it comes to her landscape. Her roommates and neighbors are tired of looking at this eyesore and are ready for a change - and fast! That's Jason's call to bring in custom shutters, a cool new Quartzite flooring for the porch and a monster stump grinder to clear out the landscape.
Jason hits Las Vegas to help a fire manipulator and his stilt-walking wife fix up their mess of a yard. Jason's plan calls for a new driveway, a natural stone sitting area and a fire pit. Plus, the homeowners have a surprise that may make Jason lose his lunch.
This time Jason heads to Woodland Avenue, where Jim and Marsha Burton are the butt of many neighbors' jokes. Their porch is falling apart, there's no landscaping and they need a new sidewalk. The solution? Jason brings in heavy machinery, beautiful new steps and plenty of plants to show the neighbors the Burtons' yard is no laughing matter.
Jason's in Las Vegas to help two professional poker players fix up their Spanish Tudor home. He's patching a brick wall, building a new mailbox, laying a new tile entryway and installing a fountain. All this, plus a new garage door, has Jason betting that this desperate space is about to win the jackpot.
Jason is on hand to help two dedicated rehabbers fix up their desperate landscape. Neighbors describe the house as "mustard gone bad," so Jason brings in gallons of paint and a new entry door, rips out the old dated sidewalk and builds a brand-new arbor to put the complaints to rest.
Jason cruises into Miami to help a couple of yoga instructors transform their desperate landscape into a peaceful paradise. He creates a travertine walkway, a bamboo yoga corner and a natural fence. And he does it all while one of the homeowners is in India!
Jason heads to Las Vegas to help two amazing acrobatic artists. He's bringing in huge boulders, tons of rock and plenty of plants to fix this desperate landscape, but will the judging neighbors give the yard a perfect 10?
Jason steps up his game to deal with a feisty homeowner and the city inspector in sunny Miami Springs, Florida. Jason and his crew install a fence, a circular patio and more than 100 plants. But will it be up to code?
Jason is heading back to school to help an elementary principal put in a new landscape at the school's brand-new building. The Desperate Landscapes crew builds benches, plants huge trees and installs something they never have before - a time capsule.
Two young homeowners spent their savings rehabbing their house and financing an expensive spinal surgery for their dog. The yard has literally gone to the dogs! Jason rescues the space with a new patio, new paint and lots of new landscaping.
Jason revisits some former desperate landscapes to find out what the homeowners did after he left. Are their lawns lush and green, or have they become desperate once again?
Mike and Erin Penn of Dexter, Michigan, are the winners in DIY Network's search for America's Most Desperate Landscape. Jason plans a huge two-day transformation, complete with hundreds of plants, a new terrace and plenty of other surprises. The Penns' front yard will go from one of the worst in America to one of the best!
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