Is the natural weed killer solution vinegar Epsom salts and dawn toxic for dogs
Can't walk in yard without shoes anymore unless I was a bunch of thorn stickers in your feet how to I get rid of these ? Every year they seem to get worse they seem t... See more
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
When you water is it harmful for the plants and when we eat them
I own 8 acres of land and want to naturalize it so I don't have to mow it all. With that being said, I would like to keep approximately 1 - 1 1/2 acres of yard. The r... See more
We have a small woods and lots of trees. We have always mulched the leaves, but today on the radio they said that was harmful for you lawn. Any thoughts or suggestion... See more
I have several flower beds on property but the dirt is clay and it the lot is shady so plants do grow as well I would like. Deer and other animals also eat plants, to... See more
The grass is very thin in places, like a balding man. We have put more seed in the spring, but it doesn't seem to want to take.
It's a houseplant. When I first got it, backs of the leaves were red and tops were green. Now it's all red. Stem is reddish as well, very sturdy, with scale-like text... See more
So, I know the general idea of building a compost pile, but I have some questions, because a bunch of rotting stuff on my property, frankly, sounds gross. How do you ... See more
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
Help. N. E. weather was rough. garden looks dead And brush unkept. Help! Thanks. :)
What do you think is the cheap and economical to put on our lawn?
My roses are of the Knockout variety.
I have heard that Pine needles are good for composting. I have also heard that they are not good for composting because of the acidity in pine needles. And the pine n... See more