Here's a simple and environmentally friendly way to get rid of them, and you probably have it in your frig right now. It's simple - beer. You have to use it in a special way. See how here: http://the2seasons.com/2012/06/05/lets-get-d...
Commented on Apr 29, 2013
I tried this a few years ago. I ended up with empty containers and two drunk puppies.
Useful Tip and USE WHAT? Are you ready for this one? Maybe some of you already heard about this, but some of you may not have.
I still can't believe it, Epsom Salt! Here is the funny thing it's right here on the package, with directions. Too funny! Who would have thought? See More on this at http://www.onemoretimeevents.com/2012/07/use...
Commented on Apr 20, 2013
My Grandmother always worked a handful of Epsom salts into the soil around her hydrangeas to
I repuposed a birdbath this Spring and put three different types of Sedum in it. A few people commented that they wanted to do the same thing but weren't sure how it would fare.....well
here are some updated pics of how mine made it through the summer....I'm quite happy with it....(pls disregard the leaves that have fallen in the flower bed, that's a never ending battle for me unfortunately) The only thing I'm a little disappointed with is the burgundy colored sedum doesn't show much color and I don't know if it's because it doesn't get enough sun? or what the problem is with it?? otherwise, it looks great in my opinion! lol.
Commented on Sep 24, 2012
I have a birdbath that won't hold water for more than a day. I'm doing this tomorrow!