My indoor succulents are getting covered in a white film and brown raised scale which I can remove with my fingers and is sticky. Have tried a few products but not re... See more
I have used 3 different chemicals in an attempt to get rid of baby grasshoppers, hibiscus sawfly, & another insect I cannot id. I have applied neem oil, horticulture ... See more
How do I get the deers from eating my flowers and vegetables every year m
How can we prevent this? It happens during the night.
The chipmunks are are populating like crazy. I have tried. I have tried irish spring soap, hot pepper flakes. This is the first year I have seen so many in our yard. ... See more
I have a beautiful flower garden and this year I have an abundance of snails. I don't want to use the dangerous pesticides you buy over the counter. Please help, I ha... See more
I need a dog friendly way to get rid of the snails. I hand pick as much as I can but it is not enough.My dog is frequently outside by herself, so I don't want her get... See more
My two rabbits love the challenge of getting to my houseplants to eat them. One especially is good at climbing. I don't want to put a lot of holes in the ceiling to... See more
How do I make a drench or spray for rose bushes that are being eaten by a small creature?
while sitting in my backyard- is there a plant?
What can i use to get rid of fleas on my backyard, i have a wood floor deck and i think thats were fleas are hiding. I have a dog that stays outside. I give him his f... 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
I just moved in to a place that many years ago must have had a shade garden. It's now mostly grass and weeds with a few lilly of the valley and day lilies here and th... See more
Hi does anyone knows this kind of weed ? The roots are deep in the clay soil , it just keeps coming back
Hello! I just bought a house in the mountains and realize I have patches of poison oak in a few walkable areas. My grandson has already met his first plant ☹️What... See more