The red lily beetle is a destructive pest that can ruin your lily plants. Here are some organic options to try to rid your garden of the lily beetle and keep your pet and friendly insects safe!
Lily leaf beetles can quickly destroy your prized lilies and other plants. Fortunately, you can get rid of them safely and organically.
Vegetables that we grow in our gardens certainly have no shortage of insect pests. This article will discuss one in particular: the flea beetle, which can affect many different vegetables by chewing tiny holes in the leaves. Their larvae can also attack the plant's roots, which weaken the plant.
Cats are wonderful pets but can be destructive to a garden. To a cat, a garden is one big litter box. They dig up plants, use the bathroom, and sleep on garden beds. This article lists different ways to protect your garden from cats.
From aphids to slugs, pests are a common hurdle for every gardener. Avoid pesticides use this year by employing these organic garden pest control methods.
Some insects are beneficial to your garden, but there are many that aren't. Rid your garden of aphids, cutworms, Japanese beetles, slugs, and snails.
This quick and easy guide to garden pests will help you identify the insects eating your leaves.
Tick bites can cause diseases in humans and pets. Design a tick-free environment by cleaning, spraying, and planting to keep ticks out of your yard.
If you find that kale and other cruciferous vegetables in your garden look like something has been munching on them, then we can most likely tell you why! Here we will talk about cabbage worms—one of the most common garden pests—and how to control and get rid of them!
Earwigs can be beneficial predators in your garden, but what happens when they start eating your newly sprouted vegetables and flowers? Use these tips to keep earwig damage under control.
As the name might suggest, annuals have only one growing cycle. But perennials will grow for a season, die down during the colder months, and grow again in the spring. Properly identifying issues will not only keep your garden beautiful, but it will limit problems of pests and disease.
Are your pets or neighborhood strays roaming in your precious garden? Here are some safe methods to keep cats and dogs out of your garden.
Have you noticed plants looking dull, eaten, or even worse, dead? Find out if you have an armyworm invasion and how to treat it.
You won't want to bother stink bugs in any way because you'll regret it. The resulting smell can be less than pleasant. This article shows how to identify the stinkers, how to keep them away, and how to get rid of them should you need to.
Check out the five most common garden pests, including aphids and mealybugs, and learn how to prevent them.
Do you have annoying garter snakes in your backyard, but you don't have the heart to whack them a few times with a machete? Here are some ways that you can get rid of garter snakes peacefully.
Leafy vegetables are affected by a number of garden pests. Read on to learn about the most common insect pests of leafy vegetables, their prevention, control, and management. See also their photos.
An ancient, all-natural solution to kill golden tortoise beetles in the garden while keeping bees, pollinators, and your family safe from man-made pesticides. Get rid of this most bothersome pest!
Snails and slugs can really be annoying when they infest your home or garden. Learn safe ways to permanently get rid of these gastropods near buildings, around potted plants, and near water features like ponds.
Discover some ways to manage the Eastern Chipmunk in your yard and prevent it from raiding bird feeders, digging up gardens and wrecking patios.