I have lots of weeds growing in between my brick driveway & walkway. Is there an easy & cheap way to get rid of them? I've tried spraying them with commercial stuff b... See more
Does anyone know how to repair the grass spots left from dog urine? It feels like we are constantly digging up spots replacing soil and sprouting new grass seed. Is t... See more
how to get rid of weeds and grass in cracks in asphalt
Someone is walking their dog by my house who leaves me a daily present. Is there something I can spray on the lawn to discourage this that doesn't harm the grass? O... See more
My yard has an incline with a couple of big trees in the front yard. There are some random pockets in the yard and I want to know what is the best way to correct it... See more
My lawn seems to be getting washed away with the rains over the last couple of years. Where the height of my lawn including soul level was approx 4in high is now less... See more
I have 2 large dogs so every spring my yard looks like these pictures.Would love recommendations on durable grass seed that grows in sun and shade and high traffic ar... See more
I have a 4x4 garden spot, and a "pallat" garden. Over the years I've added kitchen scraps to my dirt pile, and have pretty good compost. should I buy commercial dirt,... See more
I have pulled everything out of the garden bed. Do I have to do anything to the soil for the winter?
Is it possible, with good result, to save potting soil, add fertilizer to overwinter and reuse the next Spring. I would incorporate some mulch materials to like leav... See more
I have a garden area that is so Sandy every plant I put in dies or gets over grown with weeds and I've decided to make it a rock garden instead with Planters on top
I want to be able to pulverize the shells (lime) to be used in my garden soil.
Is there any testing I do?
I am looking for tips on how to save coffee grounds without them getting moldy. I am particularly sensitive to molds and just hate throwing them out.
I want to start saving my eggshells to grind for my garden but don't know where to store it until I get a sufficient amount.