How do I get acorns off the lawn? We had an enormous amount of acorns fall last winter. I have tried raking them in a pile and then picking them up with a shovel. ... 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 have a chance to get a bunch of different kinds of wood chips FREE and was wondering if I could put it in flower garden and keep my weeds and grass out. Also kill ... See more
What is a natural weed killer
For the natural we're killer. Will it kill grass as well
Help! Wild African violets have taken over my yard and gravel walk. . There must be something that I can do. Don't say pull them up as there are too many and I am 76 ... See more
I live in the woods in Pennsylvania. Some underground critter makes my yard all soft AND eats almost all the plant roots I put in the ground. It sounds like a mole, ... See more
I have bushes with gravel in the area by my front walkway. I am not able to bend down and pull them out. I am looking for a spray that will kill the weeds but not dam... See more
Trying to keep this one cat out of are garden an yard, it likes to poop in it. Any ideas to keep it away. I tried to talk to the owner. But she said that's what cats ... See more
We want to keep our yard dryscaped. What is the best soil sanitizer to use? Also, we live in California which prohibits a lot of the products.
how do I get rid of small bugs coming out of my house plants? I have tried sprays home depot recommended, they do not work. I need something that will not kill the pl... See more
HI Everyone.... Help please, I need to get rid of the rats in my yard. My neighbors have fruit trees and they are attracting the rats ;-( But I don't want to use an... See more
How do we get rid of poison ivy and poison oak in our garden plot? I’m having a hard time working in the garden because I cannot seem to get rid of this. We would... See more
I'd like to know if there is a cure, not just a yearly "fix". I also have clematis and wisteria which are not affected.