Do you have any helpful solutions for nets in you plants which in turn fly all over the house. I think I've tried everything and seems like problem just gets worse! ... See more
I need ideas of the best way to get rid of mosquitoes for a outdoor Wedding.
How do you get rid of palm trees that pop up in my yard?
I love my flower garden, but the snails and slugs are everywhere.
They are flowers that grows from bulbs, I tried mixture of soap and nothing. Help
Please provide personal success stories... not links because I have googled and watched others and tried. My daughter had a load of mulch delivered and it looked gre... 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
I found these little guys swarming at our back door a few days ago. What are they?
We have had our yard INFESTED with the foxtail weed. We sprayed the yard and killed all the weeds but now the barbs are just laying there and not decomposing. It is v... See more
Our birdfeeder isn't very tall, but we have put WD40 on the pole so the squirrels wouldn't climb it so now they just jump from the ground.
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
I hope someone can help me with what it is and how to get rid of it destroying the flowers and garden? Florida zone 9 thanks ahead of time
I planted daylilys on both sides of our walkway and they are now out of control. I have already dug them up and split them once before. The root system is huge. To... See more
We have a gravel bed alongside our very long walkway. Now that we are into Fall, do I need to pull them in order not to have them return in double strength next year?
How do I get rid of squirrels in my flower beds. They eat the roots of my flowers in the summer and bury nuts there in the fall. Help!
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