How do I kill weeds using lemon juice and vinegar?
How can we prevent this? It happens during the night.
I have been seeing tiny flies flying out when i water this plant, and today found these little bugs that look like aphids in the leaf joints. Are these two infestatio... See more
I have a 10 lb Shih Tzu
How can I stop rabbits from eating the tops of my sunflower plants?
New home in SWFL has these thorny plants all over yard that irritate skin if touched. Desperate to rid my yard of them. Help!
WHAT'S THE BEST NATURAL REPELLENT SPRAY FOR BLACK AND BROWN SPIDERS IN THE BASEMENT?
We have a problem with nut grass. (My mother bought dirt from a nursery and it was in the dirt) We pull it and its back in back in a week. She has used Roundup and it... See more
What would be the easiest way to remove rows of shrubs up near front of house? Other than hiring someone else to do it. It is in a tough area to dig around them.
We have so much of Johnson grass that we need to get rid of. Gosh, they are invasive. I tried pulling them out including roots but there are so much of them. My husba... See more
They look like clumps of wild onions, they get pretty white flowers at the top in the spring.Does anybody know what they are? and how I can get rid of them.
It's only February, soon to be March, with some warm days in Indiana. I wondered if I could clean out all the dead weeds, branches, etc? I have hydrangeas, clematis, ... See more
Ants are destroying my flower beds. Even in winter I can see their working and destroying the flowers and soil. We have pets so ant killer is not an option.
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
Can anyone give me a hack for stopping squirrels from chewing up my outdoor furniture? This time of year they start getting bedding for their homes. Last year they de... See more
We just bought a house that’s been empty for two years and the backyard is sooo overgrown. What is the best way to tackle the waist-high grass without a tractor?