Does anyone know what this very invasive weed is and how do I get rid of it.
I want to use peppermint oil for gophers but not run the deer off? Any help?
We love our backyard squirrels, and have seen a new litter of them this past spring and since we are so present around them, they even eat out of our hand. We've w... See more
Others have dead leaves . I'm still getting tomatoes off them. But the plants look bad
How to get rip of weeds that come up on the paving.using home remedies that can be used.
Hi ! I recently moved and found a local community garden ! I was very excited to be able to have my 1st garden . The only spots left were fixer uppers , where I had ... See more
I love my flower beds and outside pond with stream and water fall, but am constantly battling Bermuda grass skittering in under the rocks and edging i put down to try... See more
bring them inside? I've brought them inside for years and never gave this a thought, but I keep hearing now about people bringing in plants and then seeing a snake sl... See more
We have some earthquake damage to our chimney, and the wisteria keeps creeping Into it. So we directed it away temporarily and now have this mess at our front door. R... See more
Two neighbors feed them. Our town doesn't have any sort of abatement program. The cats mate, producing 2-3 litters each Spring.
I need to kill the weeds/grass in and around my brick walkway. Any suggestions for a natural weed killer?
In rains, we get 8-10" of water that rises in the fenced backyard...an old swimming pool was filled in years ago, and seems to be where water stands most. What do yo... See more
Have this problem for years. Have tried everything I've been told. I"ve had professional help,too. Bees go between the outside wall and the sheetwock. The most I've k... See more
Our house, 44 years old, is sided with natural white cedar shakes and the woodpeckers are on the sides of the house just pecking away! Two years ago we applied a pro... 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?