How do I get the deers from eating my flowers and vegetables every year m
I have a 24' long x 10' wide porch that has the bottom half enclosed, which leaves the upper 5 ft. of open space all around the porch. Neighbor on the left has pine t... See more
I have planted organic basil and parsley, slicing cucumber and english cucumber plants and zucchini and tomatoes.
I have bird feeders & birdbath in my front garden. A family of doves browse the ground for dropped seeds. I need to completely redo this bed but have procrastinated b... See more
I have a beautiful pine tree that is getting infested with, what I was told are bag worms. Looks like a cocoon hanging in different areas. Was told they will kill the... See more
I have these huge orange grubs or wormy things that get all over my lantanas every summer. I have tried 7 dust vinegar and dawn dishsoap to no avail, please 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
I was advised to use Roundup. Obviously, I won't, but is there something else that will kill the vines, but leave the soil able to support other plants?
We have a crow that visits our bird bath a few times a day. Yesterday, he had the carcass of a dead bird in his mouth, and he was dipping it into our birdbath (gross,... See more
It is all over my back yard and killing all the grass. Is there a natural solution to kill them. thanks.
I know there isn't anything other than making something really ugly and high to prevent bear from my bird feeder. And doing that would make it impossible to reload fo... See more
should aperson put liner or plastic down before putting mulch down to plant new flowers to prevent weeds?
I cannot keep the squirrels from destroying my bird feeders what do I do
I have underground moles eating my lawn and building tunnels. Neighbors don't have them. How do I get rid of them?
We have a spilt rail fence between our properties and can't keep it mowed on both sides. The grass gets so high and snaky we worry about the grandkids playing in the ... See more
It's that time again, flea season! Looking for your solutions to get rid of them.