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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!

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S01E01 Desperate Landscape: Bachelor Pad 00/00/0000 Landscape Pro Jason Cameron is heading out to Edgehill Lane where a young bachelor's home is desperate for some attention. Brandon Delis is busy with work and a charity organization he founded. That's why his porch is falling apart...his sidewalk is busted...and his landscape is overgrown! Jason and the Desperate Landscapes crew have all the tips, tools and landscape tricks to fix up Brandon's yard in one day.
S01E02 Desperate Landscape: RV's, Roses and Rave Reviews 00/00/0000 Desperate Landscapes heads to a neighborhood where a popular family is being pushed into getting help for their barren front yard. DIY's Jason Cameron helps Joe and Margie Eves create a colorful and lush front landscape where there was none. To the delight of the neighbors, Jason also gets rid of an eyesore everyone on the block has been talking about!
S01E03 A Storybook House 00/00/0000 DIY's Desperate Landscapes sets out to help Mary Rake, a single mom juggling three active kids and a job as a children's author. Watch as landscaping pro, Jason Cameron brings out the backhoe, the jigsaw, big plants and buckets of paint to turn a tired Tudor into a story book house.
S01E04 Breaking Down Walls 00/00/0000 Burdsall Avenue is a neighborhood known for being family-friendly...and for having great retaining walls...and new-to-the-neighborhood, Jeff Moffitt and Julie Cowens just don't fit in. Neighbors think Jeff and Julie are great, but their railroad tie retaining wall and sealed garage door have got to go! Landscaping Pro Jason Cameron brings out the sledge hammer, the stone and plenty of plants to turn a desperate landscape into a jewel of the neighborhood.
S01E05 Desperate Landscape: Strike Up the Band 00/00/0000 Desperate Landscapes is heading out to Lemontree Lane where marching band members Erin and Bryan are the hit of the neighborhood. Their landscape though is hitting a sour note with everyone on the block. The Wisecups are landscape challenge lacking the skills they need to match their neighbor's efforts. Enter DIY Landscaping Pro Jason Cameron, with new shrubs and trees, gallons of paint, and some cool tools to build a new trellis. At the end of the day the landscape is a sweet melody of beautiful plants and the neighbors are singing the praises of the Desperate Landscapes team.
S01E06 A New Garden on Garden Road 00/00/0000 With a street named Garden Road, you'd expect the yards to be beautiful, but not at Mary Lynn Bea's (pronounced Bay) house. Mary Lynn's neighbors say she's too busy with work, planning a wedding and leading young students as part of an international ambassador program to tend to her neglected yard. Enter DIY's Desperate Landscapes and Pro Jason Cameron. He brings the power tools and plants to brighten up Mary Lynn's landscape and make all the neighbors on Garden Road happy.
S01E07 Desperate Landscape: Cooking Up a New Landscape 00/00/0000 DIY's Desperate Landscape's crew has a tough job ahead of them as they tackle a huge front yard at Marc and Eileen Ross' house. The couple needs some serious landscape lessons. They've been too busy with the kids and Eileen's new catering business to tackle their to-do list. Landscaping Pro Jason Cameron has the tools and tips to finish all the projects in just one day. From restoring a desperate huge planter to restoring some light fixtures to finding some deer resistant plants, Desperate Landscapes gets the job done.
S01E08 A Primer on Landscaping for Primer Court 00/00/0000 DIY's Desperate Landscapes is heading to Primer Court where single mom, Lori Schulz needs a primer on landscaping. With a rusty front door and overgrown weeds and shrubs, Lori's neighbors say she is desperate for a landscape makeover. Jason Cameron answers the call for help. He's bringing in new plants, paint and plenty of wood and nails to build a fence to hide a very common eyesore.
S01E09 Desperate Landscape: From Fake to Fab 00/00/0000 Kevin Wilhelm and his wife Rachel Hrnyack has been busy turning Kevin's bachelor pad into a home they both can love, but neighbors on Losantiridge Avenue want this friendly couple to turn their attention to their Desperate Landscape. That's Landscape Pro Jason Cameron's cue to get out his table saw, tools and landscape plans to fix up the yard. With paint, some DIY planters and plenty of shrubs, the crew is ready to bring some harmony to this friendly neighborhood.
S01E10 The Pride of the Neighborhood 00/00/0000 DIY's Jason Cameron heads to Washington Avenue where civic pride is booming in the city neighborhood. Karyn and Michael Cotton are feeling a little pressure from their neighbors( who happen to include a city councilman!) to fix up the front yard. Karyn and Michael have been too busy taking care of the grandkids and Karyn has just started a day care center at her church: all good reasons why they need help from Desperate Landscapes. Jason turns a sea of brown into a colorful garden and shows how to save money by installing an awning.
S01E11 Two Babies, A Dog and One Desperate Landscape 00/00/0000 Infant twins, one giant dog and two busy parents make for one very desperate landscape! DIY Landscape Pro Jason Cameron helps Mollie and Eric Erpenbeck turn their barren front yard into one everyone on Yancey Drive can be proud of. New plants and a huge new tree will go a long way toward improving the landscape, but the crowning jewels are new window boxes. Jason's packed up the drills, the saws and the shovels to tackle a weekend's worth of projects in just one day.
S01E12 Landscape Emergency 00/00/0000 Police Officer Michael Rees is surrounded by neighbors who love him but hate his landscape. An injury sidelined Michael and prevents him from making some much needed improvements...so instead of calling 911, the neighbors called Jason Cameron and Desperate Landscapes for help. Jason has a plan to bring color to the yard and the house with a project list that the crew will tackle in just one day.
S01E13 An Eye for Beauty 00/00/0000 Desperate Landscapes helps a busy art teacher turn her messy front yard into a masterpiece. Louise Hausman has an eye for beauty, but she lacks the time to fix up her front yard to meet the standards of her close knit community. That's where Jason Cameron comes in. He has the paint, plants and tools needed to help Louise put her artistic touch to good use to fix her Desperate Landscape.
S02E01 Help on Hulbert Avenue 00/00/0000 Desperate Landscapes has some serious help for one super busy mom. Neighbors say Kristina Brate is working two jobs, going to school and taking care of her daughter&leaving little time for landscaping. Jason Cameron creates a colorful, low maintenance front yard and comes up with a "concrete" solution to an unsightly problem.
S02E02 A Wish for the Whites 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes crew head to Westminster Drive where Gwen White recently moved back to her childhood home and a landscape in need of an overhaul. Neighbors in the tight-knit community remember when Gwen's father took impeccable care of the yard. Gwen did not inherit her father's green thumb, and that's why friends want Jason to help Gwen and her husband, David, fix up the front yard and bring it inline with the rest of the neighborhood.
S02E03 Gardening: Rain or Shine 00/00/0000 The Desperate Landscapes' crew is battling Mother Nature to stop the grumbling on St. John's Terrace. Many of the people who were born here spend their lifetime here. That's the story for Tom Callahan. He's known his neighbors since he was a boy. They all love him, but they do not like his landscape. That's Jason Cameron's cue to help Tom, his wife, Paula and their sons clean up the front yard&and bring peace to the neighborhood.
S02E04 The Cleanup on Carolina Avenue 00/00/0000 In a neighborhood of gorgeous old homes, Bob McCaslin's house sticks out for all the wrong reasons. His neighbors say Bob's a great guy who let the garden go after a divorce, and now they want to help Bob get the landscape lessons he needs to turn his yard around. DIY's Desperate Landscapes is coming to the rescue as landscape pro, Jason Cameron, has tips for cleaning up a dreary front door, painting a porch floor and dressing up the yard with plenty of plants. Jason and the crew knock out a weekend's worth of projects in one day and make Bob's home the pride of Carolina Avenue.
S02E05 2 Parents + 4 kids = 1 Forlorn Landscape 00/00/0000 The Desperate Landscapes crew heads to Brocdorf Drive, a family-friendly street where one family has been too busy with their four kids to do much with the landscape. The neighbors says Tom and Laura Glassman are great parents and neighbors but not-so-great when it comes to yard work. Neighbors have called in some outside help so the Glassmans can get the job done. That's where Jason Cameron comes in. He has the plans, plants and paint to rescue this Desperate Landscape.
S02E06 Where There's a Will, There's a Way 00/00/0000 A community blight is bought by a local non-profit group and turned into a beautiful home on the inside, but the new homeowners and the non-profit are at a loss for what to do with the landscape, and neighbors are eager to see some change. That's why they've called Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes crew to help. Jason has plants, landscape lights and plenty of stain for a super-size porch to end the complaints on Academy Avenue.
S02E07 Out of Tune with the Neighborhood 00/00/0000 A busy classical musician is out of tune with the neighborhood as her landscape leaves a lot to be desired. Now neighbors are hoping Jason Cameron can help Hyesun Park fix up her front yard. With plans to remove an ugly awning, hide a hideous garage door and fill up the garden with plenty of flowers, Jason hopes his landscape plan will be music to everyone's ears and eyes on Duncan Avenue.
S02E08 A Break for Dad and Mom 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes crew head to Kosine Lane where to help a pair of parents who are busier than most. The parents are juggling jobs, rehabbing a house and caring for their two sons, one of whom is physically challenged. The neighbors say Paul Clawson works hard enough and deserves a break when it comes to the landscape and his wife, Amy, couldn't agree more. That's why they've asked Jason to help out. Jason's plans call for color, containers and a creative solution to help some struggling trees&and when the job is finished, there are is plenty of joy and tears for everyone at the Clawson house.
S02E09 Davenant's Desperate Landscape 00/00/0000 A beautiful old home is in desperate need of a landscape makeover. Neighbors say Sean, a law student and Elissa, his art teacher wife, have slowly been chipping away at the many projects associated with keeping up an old house, but they haven't had time to tackle the landscape, and that's why they've asked Jason Cameron for help. Jason brings this huge house down to size with plenty of shrubs and has a project to hide a common problem, an air conditioner unit that sticks out like a sore thumb. Find out if the neighbors approve of the changes on Davenant Avenue.
S02E10 The Great Outdoors 00/00/0000 DIY's Desperate Landscapes helps an outdoorsman figure out how to fix up the great outdoors in his own front yard. Craig Davis is a single dad who needs a serious landscape makeover. Landscape Pro Jason Cameron helps clear out the mess and clean up everything from the front door to some big shrubs. The project includes woodworking projects like fixing the shutters and mending the fences. It's all in a day's work for our DIY crew!
S02E11 Fiddling with the Landscape 00/00/0000 Scott and Kerry Risner are big hits with the neighbors. They're active in the community. Kerry's a great cook, and Scott's an award-winning mandolin player, but when it comes to the landscape, they're both just fiddling around. Neighbors say the Risners don't have a plan, and they need professional help. That's Jason Cameron's cue. With paint, containers, shrubs and a little musical inspiration, Jason hopes to have everyone signing the praises of the Risners' home on Scott Boulevard.
S02E12 A Gift for Grandma and Grandpa 00/00/0000 The Desperate Landscapes crew is headed to Patron Court to help a very deserving pair of seniors. Jane and Lee Wenstrup have been helping neighbors and doing work for community organizations for decades, all the while raising a huge family. Now, their kids, grandkids, great-grandkids and their neighbors want to give the Wenstrups something in return, a new landscape. Jason Cameron is very happy to oblige. With a big team of family helpers, Jason patches a damaged porch, adds plenty of color and replaces a worn out screen door to help the Wenstrups enjoy their yard in their golden years.
S02E13 A Lesson on Landscaping 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron goes to Burdsall Avenue where neighbors say one of the smartest families on the block needs a serious lesson on landscaping. David and Laura Morris are busy with kids and work plus Laura's working on her PhD. That's why neighbors want Jason Cameron to help clean up the overgrown trees and shrubs, patch the porch steps and bring some much needed color to the yard. See if Jason and the Morrises earn a passing grade from all their neighbors.
S03E01 Big, Wide and Desperate 00/00/0000 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!
S03E02 Engaged to a Mess 00/00/0000 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.
S03E03 The Worst Yard on the 'Block' 00/00/0000 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.
S03E04 Real Estate Clueless 00/00/0000 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.
S03E05 Embarrassment on the Beach 00/00/0000 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.
S03E06 Landscape Homicide 00/00/0000 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!
S03E07 Eco-friendly Disaster 00/00/0000 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.
S03E08 America's Most Desperate Landscape 00/00/0000 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!!
S03E09 Brian's Bachelor Pad Disaster 00/00/0000 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!
S03E10 Michaele's Mess 00/00/0000 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.
S03E11 The Young and the Desperate 00/00/0000 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.
S03E12 Desperate on Dogwood 00/00/0000 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.
S03E13 Battling the Cold and the Ugly 00/00/0000 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.
S04E01 A Magical Transformation 00/00/0000 A magician and his wife are in trouble with the neighbors for their desperate front yard. There are no plants, no sidewalk and the only color comes from the caution tape in the yard. Neighbors want it to disappear. Jason Cameron has a few tricks up his sleeve to fix up the yard. It'll take a Bobcat, a jackhammer, a Dingo and thousands of dollars worth of plants. By the end of the day, presto-change-o, a new landscape will magically appear.
S04E02 Sorority SOS 00/00/0000 The sisters of Delta Delta Delta are great philanthropists. Unfortunately, their philanthropy doesn't go as far as their front yard. They recently remodeled the inside but have no idea how to start on the outside. That's why they've turned to Jason Cameron for help. He brings in plenty of plants and big tools. He's doing some painting and of course shaping some new planting beds so these sisters can be proud of their house! There a lot of girls to help Jason turn their house from the worst landscaping the Greeks have to offer to the best.
S04E03 No Porch, No Problem 00/00/0000 Matt, Nicole and Owen Gunderman are in the process of fixing up this fixer-upper. 508 Howell Avenue is in desperate need of some attention. Between Matt's high flying job as an Air Care EMT and taking care of there son, Owen, they've had a touch time giving attention to the front of their house. But don't worry! Jason Cameron does his best with a huge tree, some heavy machinery and one of the fastest concrete projects you've ever seen. Before we arrived there wasn't even a porch! Good news, they fixed that but the landscape still needs some serious renovation!
S04E04 Dear Desperate Landscapes... 00/00/0000 Phil James and Kristen Folzenlogen own a stationery store. Neighbors say the couple is so busy pushing paper that there is no time left for the landscape. They've sent a letter of distress to Jason Cameron and his crew. Jason has some mangy outdoor carpet to deal with, a house to paint and plenty of plants to put in the ground. In just 8 hours, the house will go from one of the worst on the block to one of the best.
S04E05 With Love to Iraq 00/00/0000 Denise and Chris Ott are an energetic young couple who have spent a lot of time rehabbing their home. However, things on the outside had to be put on hold. But no rushing to judgement - they have a good reason! Chris is a naval petty officer who has volunteered to serve in Iraq. Denise works and goes to school full time and of course takes care of their beautiful 2-year-old daughter, McKenzie. Obviously the outside is lacking in the landscaping department. With the help of Jason Cameron and some patriotic volunteers, this offers a well-deserved homecoming for Chris!
S04E06 The Tale Of Two Doors 00/00/0000 Jeff and Dee Sims are super busy parents. Their family recently grew by three when they adopted three boys from Guatemala. With the growing family, they needed a bigger home and bought a home in foreclosure. They've been working to fix up the inside, and neighbors say as a result, the outside is suffering. That's why they've turned to Jason Cameron for help. He brings in plenty of plants and big tools. He's taking out sidewalks, taking down trees and taking a lot of trash talk from the three boys who can't wait for the yard to get done!
S04E07 The Falling Florist 00/00/0000 Not only is Ray and Katie Elfer's yard a "nasty hot mess" it's dangerous!
S04E08 A Crash Course In Landscaping 00/00/0000 A major makeover is needed after a truck ran into the front of this house.
S04E09 Seeking Single Mom 00/00/0000 After years of passing the buck to mother nature, it's time for a makeover!
S04E10 Standing Tall 00/00/0000 One of the tallest guys in the neighborhood gives Jason a tall order.
S04E11 Hard Drives And Hard Times 00/00/0000 Jason transforms this landscape into a kid-and dog-friendly dreamscape.
S04E12 A Ghostly Transformation 00/00/0000 A certified ghost hunter and his wife are looking to transform their front yard. Neighbors say the Kachuba's new home has to be inhabited by some evil and ugly spirits. Jason Cameron and his team of experts have a big job ahead of them. While sidestepping a few spooks, we do a ton of lead removal which is pretty tricky. We also add two new beds, take down an unsightly chain link fence and make their porch into something both John and Mary will enjoy!
S04E13 A Natural Disaster 00/00/0000 A very busy family has a hard time keeping up with their front yard. Eric is a lawyer and Adrienne is busy taking care of their three children, Adrienne, Aria and little Vincent. Unfortunately, natural disaster is the root of the problem at the Oliver house. Ten years ago, a tornado ripped through their neighborhood and last summer, a huge maple naturally excavated a pipe in their front yard. The repair company left a huge mound that the kids love to jump, but Adrienne, Eric and the neighbors see as a big eyesore. Enter Jason Cameron and his team of experts to repair the damage mother nature has caused.
S05E01 Rain, Rakes & Radar 00/00/0000 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.
S05E02 The Bodybuilder's Challenge 00/00/0000 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.
S05E03 The Porch Project 00/00/0000 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.
S05E04 A Landscape Jewel 00/00/0000 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.
S05E05 A Lovebird's Landscape 00/00/0000 Ryan and his fiancee 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.
S05E06 The Dees' Disaster 00/00/0000 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.
S05E07 Good Intentions Gone Bad 00/00/0000 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.
S05E08 Coach's Calamity 00/00/0000 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.
S05E09 Kate's Crusade 00/00/0000 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!
S05E10 Landscape on a Hill 00/00/0000 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.
S05E11 The Chambless Mess 00/00/0000 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.
S05E12 Landscape Rehab 00/00/0000 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.
S05E13 Cure for the Cul-de-Sac 00/00/0000 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?
S06E01 A Magical Transformation 28/04/2010 Jason and the crew travel to The Slammer, the Las Vegas home of magician Penn Jillette -- the larger, louder half of Penn and Teller -- to transform his barren front yard into a desert oasis.
S06E02 Heitfeld's House of Horrors 00/00/0000 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.
S06E03 Where's the House? 00/00/0000 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.
S06E04 Desperate in Denver 00/00/0000 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.
S06E05 Field of Nightmares 00/00/0000 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.
S06E06 Mid-Century Modern 00/00/0000 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.
S06E07 Landscape Jungle 00/00/0000 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.
S06E08 Rainy Day Makeover 00/00/0000 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.
S06E09 Mid-Century Mess 00/00/0000 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.
S06E10 Landscape Victory 00/00/0000 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.
S06E11 High Stakes Landscape 00/00/0000 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.
S06E12 New Heights 00/00/0000 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.
S06E13 The Porch Project 00/00/0000 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.
S07E01 The Most Desperate 00/00/0000 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.
S07E02 The Close Neighborhood 00/00/0000 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.
S07E03 The Hot Spot 00/00/0000 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.
S07E04 The Marine's Dream 00/00/0000 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.
S07E05 Old Landscape 00/00/0000 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.
S07E06 Worst in Wyoming 00/00/0000 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.
S07E07 Desperate Blog Cabin 00/00/0000 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.
S07E08 Newlywed Nightmare 00/00/0000 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.
S07E09 Fence Me In 00/00/0000 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.
S07E10 Worst in the Neighborhood 27/04/2011 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.
S07E11 Baby on the Way 00/00/0000 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?
S07E12 Riches for the Riches 00/00/0000 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.
S07E13 Holiday Desperation 00/00/0000 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".
S08E01 Newlyweds on the Block 00/00/0000 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.
S08E02 A P.R. Disaster 00/00/0000 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.
S08E03 A Hot Mess 00/00/0000 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.
S08E04 Who's Laughing Now? 00/00/0000 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.
S08E05 Place Your Bets 00/00/0000 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.
S08E06 Mustard Gone Bad 00/00/0000 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.
S08E07 Peaceful Paradise 00/00/0000 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!
S08E08 A Perfect 10 00/00/0000 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?
S08E09 Up to Code 00/00/0000 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?
S08E10 Back to School 00/00/0000 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.
S08E11 Gone to the Dog 00/00/0000 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.
S08E12 Where Are They Now? 00/00/0000 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?
S08E13 Desperate in Dexter 00/00/0000 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!
S09E01 Rescue Us! 00/00/0000 DIY Network's Jason Cameron heads to Carlsbad, California to rescue the Czapinski firefighting husband and wife team from a fiery mess. Jason brings in his team and transforms a crumbling driveway to a paver and green space masterpiece with a walkway to match. After installing synthetic turf, painting an entire house and bringing in over 60 indigenous plants to Southern California, the neighbors come home to a jaw dropping transformation - all in under 8 hours!
S09E02 Time to Play! 00/00/0000 The Hyde and Jones families have inherited a huge property that is long overdue for some much needed attention. This brother-sister act teams up with DIY Network's Jason Cameron to transform their neglected side lot into a playground that the entire neighborhood will enjoy. Jason custom builds a playhouse, teeter-totter and swing. See how these projects are simple enough even for the novice DIYer.
S09E03 The Entry Flip 00/00/0000 DIY Network's Jason Cameron heads to Willard Avenue to help the Grubbs family find their front door. What was once the area's original majestic farmhouse is now the most majestic eye-sore! With the help of some serious excavating equipment, Jason demos a wrap-around porch and dodges a potential project ender with some mason work and quick thinking. The neighbors come home to find a completely transformed house that no longer leaves the front entrance in question.
S09E04 An Edible Transformation 00/00/0000 DIY Network's Jason Cameron heads to sunny San Diego to rescue the Schotts and their neighbors from their concrete jungle. With the help of his team, Jason helps this expectant couple replace the concrete in their yard with an edible landscape. See how Jason uses cedar to detract from the concrete with a shadowbox fence and builds custom veggie planters. Watch edible trees, shrubs and plants make this huge lot beautiful and tasty!
S09E05 A Tropical Depression 00/00/0000 The Aguerres' front yard doesn't fit in with the lush tropical neighborhood of Pembroke Pines, Fla. DIY Network's Jason Cameron and his team bring the Aguerres' love for Key West into their landscape to appease their complaining neighbors. Watch as Jason brings out the excavator to demo a huge concrete wall and replace it with metal fabricated paneled walls that provide privacy for the homeowners and eye-candy for the neighbors. Jason also transforms one of those walls into a glass tiled water feature in the front and adds a special surprise for the homeowners' eyes only.
S09E06 Join the Club 00/00/0000 The O'Gradys live on a street filled with garden club members, and they just don't fit in. That's why they've turned to DIY Network licensed contractor, Jason Cameron to help. Jason's brining in an excavator to rip out the old before he bring in the new. He fixes up the house with a new fiberglass door, a fieldstone entryway and a gravel walkway. See how steel edging and weed fabric will ensure the walkway won't walk away.
S09E07 Stable to Stunning 00/00/0000 Michael Linsday and Manuel Quintero bit off a bit more than they could chew when trying to convert an old caretaker's house and horse stable into something that would fit into this San Diego neighborhood. Their neighbors are unhappy and that's why they turn to DIY Network's Jason Cameron for help. Jason repairs a falling down pergola and helps save a huge 100-year-old fig tree!
S09E08 Childhood Memories 00/00/0000 The Suarez family bought a house in the neighborhood they grew up in. Their childhood friends are still their neighbors - and they aren't happy! That's why they turn to Jason Cameron and his team to bring some much needed TLC to the home. Watch as Jason brings in elements from the whole neighborhood to help this landscape go from worst to first.
S09E09 Shared Desperation 00/00/0000 Two friendly couples share equally desperate landscapes that put the neighborhood to shame. The dual Desperate Landscapes present unique challenges for DIY Network's Jason Cameron. He pours a new driveway, builds a custom arbor, a pergola and has tips for stamping concrete.
S09E10 Hit The Deck 00/00/0000 The Adkins's home is out-of-date and out-of-style in their lush, manicured neighborhood. That's why licensed contractor Jason Cameron is hitting the deck to rip out an old deck and pebbled walkway and replace it with a new composite deck. He shows a cool tool for leveling posts and builds a custom bench all in attempt to please the picky neighbors.
S09E11 The Snowbird Migration 00/00/0000 The Danjals were excited to move from snowy Canada to sunny Miami, but they fell out of their neighbor's good graces when the landscape fell apart. DIY Network's Jason Cameron heads to the beach to buil. a one of a kind modern wall. Plus, he brings in tons of tropical plants and transplants a 20 foot palm!
S09E12 A Desperate Blog Cabin 00/00/0000 Licensed contractor, Jason Cameron, takes his crew to Chesapeake Bay to fix up the Desperate Landscape at the Blog Cabin. Online users voted on some cool upgrades to the landscape. Plus, see how a cast stone walkway and clam shells are crowning touches on this Blog Cabin front yard transformation.
S09E13 Fenway Fun! 00/00/0000 DIY Network's Desperate Landscapes teams up with MLB Network and Sean Casey to help one diehard Boston Red Sox fan transform their desperate front yard into a Fenway Park-inspired dream. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron hits a homerun as he clears away the desperation in Beantown!
S10E01 A Big Easy Transformation 00/00/0000 Ryan and Marcy Hesseling, a bar and wig shop owner, look to Jason Cameron to help them bring back some unique New Orleans style in their front yard. Jason uses a huge Southern Magnolia tree, a refurbished iron gate, a new blue stone slate walkway and tons of vibrant colors and plants to create a landscape worthy of the historical French Quarter tradition.
S10E02 Newcomers to the Neighborhood 00/00/0000 Neighborhood newcomers, Erynn and Henry, want to fit in and make their yard an entertainment haven for friends and family, but the weeds have gotten in the way. That's Jason Cameron's call to action. He's creating a patio, picnic table and a creative fireplace in the front yard to get the Casanovas fired up about their landscape.
S10E03 Desperate Contest Winners 00/00/0000 Neighbors rise up in revolt to submit a revolting yard in Derby, CT in the Desearate Landscape contest. Jason Cameron comes to the rescue with a new design that brings up the neighborhood's property values.
S10E04 Race Before the Alter 00/00/0000 Alec and Jenny Harmes want to completely transform their front yard to welcome their out of town wedding guests. Jason and his team move in to make that dream a reality. With the help of a local artist, Jason creates 4 glass mosaic planters that perfectly blend into this funky Austin, Texas neighborhood. The Desperate Landscapes team also adds indigenous plants throughout the yard that require almost no water. The biggest change: a completely flipped driveway made of lava basalt!
S10E05 The Old Firehouse 00/00/0000 The Griffiths are turning an old firehouse into their new home, and Jason Cameron is bringing in the brigade to help them complete the transformation outside. He's helping the homeowners lay a new paver patio and put in a new flagpole. Plus, he's bringing a custom fire hydrant fountain and a new stain glass window. Will Jason's hard work put out the fiery complaints from neighbors?
S10E06 The Top Ten Ways to make your Neighbors Jealous 00/00/0000 From slate walkways to outdoor fire, Jason Cameron gives us his top ten list on how to make your neighbors extremely jealous. He gives tips on easy ways to install these top ten game changers in the neighborhood rivalry contest. You'll see how to install paver driveways, synthetic turf, water features, fireplaces and every kind of walkway you can imagine. Which show stopper-made it to number one on his list?
S10E07 Keeping Austin Weird 00/00/0000 It's time for a big, Texas style invasion for Eric and Betinna Hess. Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes crew are keeping things weird in Austin, Texas with a fence you can write on without getting into trouble, spinning planters made with a product that bends as you build and special edging that lets you design a path which goes any way you want! Plus, the artists who made this neighborhood magical!
S10E08 A Better than Ever Landscape 00/00/0000 Hurricane Katrina wiped out Ulrick and Michele Jean-Pierre's landscape, but Jason Cameron completes this transformation and makes it better than ever! It's an unbelievable mix of Carribean art, exotic plants, and new Orleans character. This lightning-fast transformation closes a very long chapter for one amazing couple.
S11E01 America's Most Desperate Landscape 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscape crew conduct their annual search for America's Most Desperate Landscape. Jason reviewed videos and pictures from all across the country and found the ugliest front yard in Escondido, California. He pulls out all the stops to transform the Ruffin family's front yard from one of the worst in the country to one of the best. Jason takes down a huge dying tree, rips out an ugly old walkway, sledgehammers an old brick planter and moves a massive boulder to clear this ugly yard, and then he brings in the cool stuff. Jason installs a travertine walkway, a beautiful steel pergola, a new garage door, a fountain and custom-built benches. All of that plus hundreds of plants transform America's Most Desperate Landscape into on of the most beautiful around.
S11E02 A Desperate Landscape at Blog Cabin 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron teams up with Chris Grundy for one of the final projects at Blog Cabin. This dynamic duo installs new stairs for the front porch, sleek stainless steel wires to act as the porch railing, and a vintage pergola with seating area to enjoy the beautiful views.
S11E03 Transforming a House Hidden by Weeds and Trees Into a Welcoming Tudor Home 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes team bring out the heavy machinery to find a house hidden on a hill. Dying trees, weeds, crumbling steps and driveway make this gem of a Tudor hard to see. With chainsaws, a jackhammer and a hydraulic hammer drill, Jason takes down the trees, rips out the old steps and replaces an awful 2X4 handrail with one that matches the style of the house. Plus, he shows a truck bed liner spray can help a plant grow in a concrete jungle.
S11E04 Fixing an Artist's Ugly Landscape With Stainless Steel, Paint and Plants 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron brings his Desperate Landscapes crew to an artist's ugly front yard. The artist's home features funky and fun artwork inside, but the front of the house is hidden by a huge six-foot wall and overgrown trees. Jason uses a concrete saw to cut the wall in half and a chainsaw to take down a tree. Once the landscape is opened up, Jason adds stainless steel planters to some unused arches. He adds a Pennsylvania Quartzite cap to the smaller wall and adds a custom-built stainless steel awning over the front door. If that weren't enough, there are custom-built stainless steel planters that fit over the front stoop, and homeowner Jason Hargis's artistic skills are put to the test by painting some funky planters for the entry way. The look is completed with a fresh coat of paint for the house and front door and some new furniture for the patio.
S11E05 Jason Cameron's Hog Wild Landscape Design 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron turns a Desperate Landscape on a huge corner lot into a show-stopper. In a neighborhood that's slowly coming back to life after years of neglect, Jason meets a fun, young couple open to new ideas.That's Jason's call to pull out all the stops and create a fence out of hog wire, a huge cedar deck and cedar walkway and include some funky artwork created by a local artist.
S11E06 A Landscape Gone to the Dog Gets New Life 00/00/0000 It's a dog day in the landscape when licensed contractor, Jason Cameron, turns a Desperate Landscape into a play field for a dog named Votto. Jason borrows ideas from his huge Dream Dog Park makeover and puts them into one lucky family's yard. With a low maintenance fence, a covered patio and dog toys galore, Jason pulls out all the stops to create one beautiful landscape that people and pups can enjoy.
S11E07 An Arts & Crafts Style Landscape for a Windy City Bungalow 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron and his Desperate Landscapes crew create an Arts and Crafts style landscape at an old Chicago bungalow. The design includes a custom-built cedar porch, a cool copper awning, a brick walkway and a beautiful wooden gate. Jason also plants a landscape filled with prairie style plantings that will thrive in Chicago's cold winter weather.
S11E08 Transforming a Radio DJ's Yard Into a TV-worthy Landscape 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron heads to Chicago to help popular morning show DJ Kathy Hart and her husband Billy Baruth fix up their ugly front yard. The family lives in a neighborhood of perfectly manicured front lawns and theirs sticks out with its weeds and hidden front door. Jason brings his calvary to cut down a diseased tree, rip out an ugly sidewalk and paint the brick and wood siding. The landscape design includes a rustic cedar bridge, a Mexican beach pebble dry creek, a custom, curving poplar bench and a custom slate waterfall fountain.
S11E09 Transforming a Muddy Pit Into an Entertaining Oasis in Urban Chicago 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron and his crew face a tough challenge to create a yard fit for entertaining and for dogs as one Chicago couple hopes to transform their muddy front yard into an oasis for friends and family. Jason's plan calls for adding privacy to the yard with lush plantings. He installs a huge travertine patio, a copper bar for icing down adult beverages and adds custom-built couches for seating. Jason also adds a special area for the dogs with artificial turf, a fire hydrant and a fresh water drinking stand.
S11E10 Adding Color, Plants and Steps to Build Porch Pride in Fort Worth, Texas 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes crew head to Fort Worth, Texas to help a couple of hip, young newlyweds turn their ugly old porch into a neighborhood destination. Jason builds new railings to match the house. He builds big new steps to make the porch more inviting and gives the porch floor a fresh coat of paint. Add in a brand new landscape and lots of succulent plants and you'll get a huge Texas-sized landscape that the young homeowners and their friends will all love.
S11E11 Saddle Up for a Native Landscape for The Herd in Fort Worth, Texas 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron saddles up and plays cowboy as he helps The Herd in Fort Worth, Texas create a new entrance for their non-profit educational center and pen. Jason teaches the cowboys to use their shovels for something other than manure as they add native cacti, grasses and shrubs to the landscape. Jason uses reclaimed brick to create a huge new walkway with a basket weave pattern, and he tries his hand at branding. He's not branding any steer, but he is branding The Herd's new entrance with a unique sign. The final work is something the entire Fort Worth Stockyards historic district can be proud of.
S11E12 Mid-Century Modern Makeover in Dallas 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron is called to action in Dallas where everything is big including the Desperate Landscapes! A Mid-Century Modern home needs a major overhaul, and the homeowners, a wine broker and a popular cake ball baker, are eager for help. Jason tears down a huge brick wall that makes the Mid-Century home look like a fortress. He builds a big composite deck great for this family that loves to entertain and he plants an architectural landscape with funky shapes and a fountain. Plus, he adds great geometrical art to the wall. This is one Desperate Landscape makeover that takes the cake ball.
S11E13 Greening Up the Big Black Box on the Farm 00/00/0000 Jason Cameron and crew head to rural Owenton, Kentucky to transform an eco-friendly house that sticks out a like a sore thumb. Neighbors say the big black house could use a little green on the outside. Jason builds a greenhouse with cool hydraulic-powered windows. He uses natural stone to create a new walkway and helps this family store their winter fuel in a new, natural container. Plus, Jason adds a lot of new plants to help this tree-hugging family feel more at home in their new house. Will the neighbors in this small community warm up to the changes? Jason hopes to change some minds.

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