We live in the country and raccoons are becoming pests. Even flowers in pots on the porch are dug up at night. I've seen them in action! They never eat the plants.... See more
This is the underneath of the bug - it is orange and also has some white.
Been fighting mealy bugs on house plants literally for decades. I've replaced all plants, washed all pots in hot water and soap, replaced all potting soil and still t... See more
So I made a small area next to the fence on my back patio for my wife for mothers day.(live in a townhouse)Everything was thriving wonderfully until recently. I notic... See more
This vine weed is choking out our hedges and taking over some of the yard. Is there any way to kill it without killing what's left of the hedge?
Others have dead leaves . I'm still getting tomatoes off them. But the plants look bad
Night Crawlers are causing large bumps in my yard, making it almost impossible to walk on the grass. Picking them after a rain only gets a few, the chemical adverti... See more
I have a lot of weeds in my lawn. How can I kill the weeds naturally but not the lawn???
Animals keep knocking over my pails and spreading the garbage all over the driveway, What can I use to stop this without hurting the animals?
I have been overtaken by spider mites and mealy bugs that have killed more than half of my beautiful coleus plants. I have tried rubbing alcohol and water, vinegar an... See more
Camas lilies are taking over my yard. THey are bulbs, way down deep. They spread by bulbs dividing and by seeds. I cut them down before seed heads form, cut off dried... See more
I just cleaned up my perennial garden and spread new mulch. Now how do I keep the neighborhood feral cats from using it as a litter box? I don’t want to buy any exp... See more
Home made weed killer
The birds like to sit on & use my porch swing as a restroom. I have tried the plastic owl trick with miserable results. I currently have rubber snakes zip-tied to the... See more
They are mostly grass snakes,I don't like them at all! I have heard mothballs, and they work but these are small ones about 1foot long, also rope but, the neighbors c... See more
I cannot pay the stump grinder.
Ants are destroying my flower beds. Even in winter I can see their working and destroying the flowers and soil. We have pets so ant killer is not an option.