How do I get rid of these large mushrooms that have grown on my lawn?
Cure Burt grass and dog urine
I know there are a few commercial products, but I looked at them and the main ingredient is water, followed by molasses and then a small percentage of microorganisms!... See more
Our font yard is finished, the back is not. I is all dirt ... with weeds. The weeds grew last year, we had them all removed. Now it's spring and here they are, com... See more
I plant tomatoes and peppers and I am just throwing on the ground orange peels and coffee grind. Since right now is winter; is what I am doing helpful or harmful for ... See more
I want to find an easy way to make a push-type or pull-behind roller that will evenly spread peat moss or sifted compost onto my lawn.
Hi there please help my 15 year old son is trying to be eco friendly .He decided to make a compost in our garden .It started off good then things started to change qu... See more
Improving my soil that is mostly clay. Would putting ashes from my fire pit mixed into the clay help?
yellow spots appeared on my lawn in very short time???
MULCH OR WHITE ROCK
My grass is very yellish I have used fertilizer nothing is working for me. What such I do? Here in Texas temperature is 103 degrees HELP.....!
I bought a bag of succulent potting soil, or so I thought, until I planted the succulents in shallow containers and saw the soil was actually garden soil. It hasn't b... See more
My house/yard is on a river lot. The back of the house faces the river. Usable yard space is very small (no room for trees or large bushes) and slopes a little bit ... See more
I do not have a very good track record with roses but have bought another and really want to keep it alive !!! thanks
The grass in my yard is dying because the moss is taking over. It is on the north side of my house and does get quite a bit of sun. Have been fertilizing and putting ... See more
So I bought a house, but the yard is full of moss instead of grass. Any suggestions for getting rid of the moss so that the grass can grow?