How do I get rid of these large mushrooms that have grown on my lawn?
I would like to plant a Bermuda Grass front lawn that might grow really thisk. I want a really great variety,not common, and do not want to plug.
What can I use for mulch, everyone in the neighborhood that bought mulch from retail stores have earwigs now. We’ve didn’t have them 5years ago, now they are ever... See more
My lawn seems to be getting washed away with the rains over the last couple of years. Where the height of my lawn including soul level was approx 4in high is now less... See more
I have 2 dogs that have ruined the grass in my backyard. I need to replace the grass. What would you recommend? I need something that is dog friendly and holds to the... See more
I've have tried twice now to grow pink grass in Dayton Ohio and it had died. I would move to have some that will survive. Any ideas?
The grass is very thin in places, like a balding man. We have put more seed in the spring, but it doesn't seem to want to take.
I want to go to the fish market for some throw away fish parts. Should I grind it up before burying in the garden.?
I tried the card board and newspaper idea. It didn'twork. Now what do I do? I'm older and it's hard for me to get on the knees.
There is a huge rock underneath this burned out area and I’ve given up on adding dirt every year trying to get grass to grow. What else can I do with this area?
MULCH OR WHITE ROCK
It's a houseplant. When I first got it, backs of the leaves were red and tops were green. Now it's all red. Stem is reddish as well, very sturdy, with scale-like text... See more
I've been putting composting material in there for the past two years and every once in a while I dig in the barrel and move the material around but I still don't hav... See more
is it safe to use bagged mulch bought last fall?? some of it has whitish stuff on it, mold???
After having a Black Walnut tree taken down I may be able to grow something there. What is the best way to restore the soil to a correct PH? The squirrels are going... See more
I am in Florida, it is all sandy soil! No real dirt. It is sunny and dry!
Have compost bin, leaves, will use food scraps, someone suggested news paper, someone else suggested hay.
I live in Maine and would love to start composting at home, but have no idea where to start! I don't even know if it's possible in the winter when it's so cold outsid... See more
frost came. The tomatoe stems and leaves are done. What can I do with them?