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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
I think i have a nest of ants in my pot plants. Every time I water them the ants are everywhere. How can I get rid of them without killing my plants.
Every year this happens to my Hostas. I have tried putting beer in pans and that did not help and this year I am using something called Eliminator - slug and snail ki... See more
We had a new Deck installed in our yard a few weeks ago, and now when ever I go out I my yard especially in the Early Morning or late Afternoon I see all these Fly's ... See more
I had one mint plant a few years ago. Now I've got a ton of them. They're taking over my garden, and strangling the roots of my plants! I can't pull them out, as t... See more
I have tried EVERYTHING to stop the neighbor's cats from peeing on and killing my flowers and perennials in my garden. He is an unaltered male so his urine is strong.... See more
I have a small yard garden with an entrance to my driveway on one side and a common yard on the other. I'm trying to inclose an area about ten by twenty. It needs to... 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
What can I use to kill weeds on my loan and not hurt the grass and when? Same when and what and how much to use of fertilizer in the grass?I hope your advice be natur... See more
I have a lovely tree that is included in our future outdoor space. But worried birds (which I do like) will poop on guest. Is there something I could put in the tre... See more
These critters go to the root of my plants. So frustrating and costly.
We just recently installed a beautiful, pretty expensive, new lawn in our backyard - only to find it torn up this morning by our visiting raccoons & possums. Does any... See more
We just bought a house that’s been empty for two years and the backyard is sooo overgrown. What is the best way to tackle the waist-high grass without a tractor?