A normal suburban family could easily spend dozens of hours or well over $100 a year attempting to eradicate weeds. It's time to take a look at what these well-adapted plants can do for us.
Looking for the best weed puller removal tool? I highly encourage organic gardening practices, including hand weeding. This article outlines a few awesome weed pulling tools make the job a lot easier.
Weeds are unsightly and spoil a neatly tended garden or yard. Fortunately there are lots of ways to deal with them, either with chemicals or in a natural, environmentally friendly way
Keep sidewalks and driveways weed-free all summer. Try these simple and safe remedies as weed and grass killers.
How do we remove weeds effectively and, once removed, how do we prevent them from growing back? The following describes different methods—natural and chemical— to deal with weeds in your garden.
By using garden membrane, raised beds and fresh soil and compost you can have a low maintenance, relatively weed free allotment, that you can manage on an hour a week.
Here are five "weeds" that are beautiful, edible, and have medicinal qualities and uses that you never knew! They grow in my yard.
How to get rid of goat's head weeds in your yard, the seeds, and the stickers. Plus, what to do if you get goat's head stickers in your skin.
Every gardener deals with weeds, with many would-be gardeners throwing in the towel after just one season of daily weed pulling. Use these organic tips to help keep weeds under control this season.
Whether they're on the side of the road, in a crack in the sidewalk or in the middle of our flowerbeds, we LOVE LOVE LOVE these weeds.
Vinegar is effective as a weed killer due to its ability to draw moisture out of foliage. Household vinegar may also be used in combination with other household items, like salt and dish detergent, to kill weeds. Vinegar is easy to find and use, while being an alternative to chemical herbicides.