I have more gophers in my back yard. I also have dogs that like to dig up the existing holes.
They are flowers that grows from bulbs, I tried mixture of soap and nothing. Help
need something chemical free that will not kill or hurt my flowers
we live on a canal and have landscaping all around the house perimeter.
for some reason the chipmunks think the railing is their bathroom any suggestions how to stop this
I'm "sick" afraid of snakes and I can't even go to the basement. I love nature, all animals but that. I don't want to kill any though. Any help will be appreciate. Pl... See more
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
Hi everyone!I just received beautiful roses for Easter. I could plant them outside or keep them inside too. The thing is, I've been told red spiders are very attracte... See more
We have really poor grass in this area because it is the "dog" area - fenced in for playing and pottying...plus the soil is very sandy and shaded by many jack pine tr... See more
We have a few acres and we are having a problem with thorn bushes. So many we can't keep up! We cut them down and spray with vegetation killer and it does not work. S... See more
I am soooo new to this adventure and I am so excited! I had all weeds in my front and back flower areas... where do I begin? The carpet stuff? Do I put weed killer fi... See more
With something organic. Heavy clay, I've been working on for years. I get flowers, but not much fruit. I use weed block, could this be my problem?
I have a zillion ants in my mulch. When I put large potted flowers on top of the mulch they are all over my flower plants. Eventually they make their way into the hou... See more
We are cleaning out some old flower beds up against our house and would like to fill them with some decorative rock. What can I do or use to keep the cats from using... See more
Can anyone ID these insects & advise how to get rid of them on edible fruit?