I have several peonies plants, but when I cut a bloom to bring inside it is always full of ants. How do I get rid of the ants before I bring them inside?
I’ve tried hanging old socks, human hair, sprinkling tumatous earth. Ahhh nothing seems to work. They jump the fence.
I have more gophers in my back yard. I also have dogs that like to dig up the existing holes.
My tomato garden is full of larvae how do I get rid of them before they eat all the roots?
I live in SW Louisiana and have noticed a lot of snails in my vegetable garden. I put beer in small saucers in the garden, but it didn't seem to help. i don't plan t... See more
I have a hardy hibiscus, it blooms beautiful flowers early summer but something eats the leaves up. What is doing this & how can I prevent this from happening next ye... See more
These worms have defoliated a tree in WV. They were all over the ground under tree as well. Emerald Ash Borer? Couldn’t find matching image. Please help.
I found these little guys swarming at our back door a few days ago. What are they?
I have gnats and it’s getting worst by the days
Every year the critters come and eat all our veggies. They steal the flowers off zucchini and eat the fruit itself, eat tomatoes, etc. We tried hot pepper ( they seem... See more
5 years ago my husband and I landscaped our front yard. We are in a area that requires us to ration water almost every year, so we layed a double layer of weed cloth ... See more
The owners do not pickup their waste! Is there a plant? a bush? Anything besides a sign that will keep the dogs from wanting to walk on my grass?? Ty
Hello! I just bought a house in the mountains and realize I have patches of poison oak in a few walkable areas. My grandson has already met his first plant ☹️What... See more
The cat keeps pooping in my garden.
What can I use to kill weeds? My neighbor at the back of me have weeds that’s growing taller than me and you and it’s wrapping around my Latrice fence. It’s rea... 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?