Could you recommend some flowering plants we live in the Northeast it’s a new area to us and a lot of deer !!
we mow around the pond and have a camper it has so many ticks.what can I use?
I have bird feeders & birdbath in my front garden. A family of doves browse the ground for dropped seeds. I need to completely redo this bed but have procrastinated b... See more
We have removed as much as we could but it is growing and spreading anyway. Will roundup kill it? Thanks very much.
I had one mint plant a few years ago. Now I've got a ton of them. They're taking over my garden, and strangling the roots of my plants! I can't pull them out, as t... See more
We have really poor grass in this area because it is the "dog" area - fenced in for playing and pottying...plus the soil is very sandy and shaded by many jack pine tr... See more
The owners do not pickup their waste! Is there a plant? a bush? Anything besides a sign that will keep the dogs from wanting to walk on my grass?? Ty
If you already have them..in the lawn .any way I just want a nice lawn without the burrows
Last year my chillies withered when they should fruit. I realised there were nodes on the roots wìth whitish powdery substance. The clay bakes hard when a little dry... See more
Trying to keep this one cat out of are garden an yard, it likes to poop in it. Any ideas to keep it away. I tried to talk to the owner. But she said that's what cats ... See more
I want to rid my back lawn of grass and cover with pebbles and stones around flower beds and paths. How is this done and can I cover with cardboard prior to adding pe... See more
I never see this insect, bug, caterpillar.. whatever. I just see the results of a lot of leaves missing or half eaten. Thuricide with BT doesn't work or or ortho pro... See more
Can anyone ID these insects & advise how to get rid of them on edible fruit?
I used cayenne pepper by spritzing with water first then sprinkling with cayenne pepper, that seemed to work for awhile but eventually they will eat at the bottom of ... See more
Hey there,I know that lavender, sauge and verveine are not very "loved " by slugs. Do you know other plants like that? I live in the south of France. That means, hot ... See more
I'd like to know if there is a cure, not just a yearly "fix". I also have clematis and wisteria which are not affected.