Problems in and out of the garden are pretty much inevitable. That said, it helps to know what to do once they crop up. Here you will find tips and information covering a range of gardening problems, from pests and diseases to environmental issues and weeds in the garden.
Are you wondering if Deer eat roses? Do you want to make sure that your flowers are safe from these deer? So does Deer eat roses? Get to know more about them and how you can protect your flowers from the deer by reading the information below.Continue reading
Are you planning to start planting grass seeds in your lawn? Are you worried about birds eating these seeds, which will surely put your time and effort to waste? Then knowing how to keep birds from eating grass seeds from your lawn is essential.Continue reading
Pokeweed is one of the hardest weeds to control or kill. They are a nuisance to gardeners everywhere. Pokewood, or Phytolacca Americana, is a perennial herb that grows in U.S. plant hardiness zones 2 through 11. Many gardeners want to learn how to get rid of pokeweed, only to realize that it is a never […]Continue reading
My neighbour has grown squash for the first time this season. After wanting to grow her own vegetables for years, I suggested an easy starter plant, the summer Squash. Squash are North American natives and are easy to grow.As the growing season progressed, her plants have grown well, but her first timer joy turned to […]Continue reading
Are you wondering on how to deal with white fuzzy bugs on plants? Do you know what these white fuzzy bugs are? If you haven’t noticed, these bugs are the ones that usually appear during warmer climates. If you are like me who is wondering on how to deal with these bugs, then reading the […]Continue reading
Citrus tree is one of the easiest and most common plants to put in the backyard. However, care and maintenance for it does not really put the common in common sense. Like all living things, citrus trees get sick too. And because citrus trees are quite ornamental, the symptoms clearly show in pallid colors, warts, […]Continue reading