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I am so not a gardener. I want to be. But it definitely doesn’t come naturally. You would think so considering my Gramma and mom are great at it. But no. So I am determined when we finally get settled into our new house we will have a great garden. {Probably next season}. I am …

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Homemade butterfly feeder

According to a study published in the June 2003 issue of "Conservation Biology," there are 561 known butterfly species in the US and Canada, while there are only 56 butterfly species remaining in British counties, as a result of disappearing habitat.

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Container gardening...love how the lobelia is pouring out onto the garden floor.

This guide is about keeping slugs off hostas. Slugs are a common pest to Hostas and can munch large holes in their leaves.To protect your hostas, especially those growing in pots, cover the soil with used coffee grounds. Not a slug in sight! Container Gardening, Gardening Tips, Jardin Decor, Uses For Coffee Grounds, Garden Pests, Garden Bugs, Plantation, Shade Garden, Lawn And Garden

Keeping Slugs Off Hostas

This guide is about keeping slugs off hostas. Slugs are a common pest to Hostas and can munch large holes in their leaves.

Milk jug with hole cut in side, apple juice added.This tip was in "Country" magazine years ago and is used to trap yellow jackets and hornets. The yellow jackets like the apple juice better than the grapes. Lures them right in and they can't get out. Wasp Traps, Bee Traps, Gnat Traps, Do It Yourself Inspiration, Country Magazine, In Natura, My Pool, Tips & Tricks, Milk Jug

Making a Bee Trap

This guide is about making a bee trap. Bees are very important for plant pollination in our environment, but there are times when someone needs to be protected from a possible sting.

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Glowing Orb Landscape Lights. A 5 minute, $5 DIY.

The easiest, cheapest landscape lighting hack ever. Set a few of these glowing outdoor orbs in your backyard and they'll have more impact than installing an outdoor kitchen and an infinity pool. Not really. But still - they're really nice and quick to make. Get ready for it ... this

Natural Weed Killer 2 cups table salt 1 gallon white vinegar (make sure it has 5 percent acidity) 8 drops liquid dishwashing soap , preferably Dawn Directions: 1 Mix this up in a large container and then put some in a spray bottle. (This kills grass too) Weed Killer Homemade, Dishwasher Soap, No Rain, Weed Control, Outdoor Projects, Lawn And Garden, Garden Table, Dream Garden, Garden Inspiration

Weed Killer at Half the Price of Round Up Recipe - Food.com

This weed killer is non-discriminatory....it kills what it is sprayed on, so be careful where you spray it. The good thing about this is that it is easy to make and very economical. Make sure you label it and store it out of the hands of inquisitive children. If you spray this multiple times in the same spot, nothing will grow there for a very long time....perfect for cracks in your driveway and in sidewalks.

Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps. I'll be placing these around the yard this year![You can make your own bee safe wasp trap without attracting and killing bees in the process. Home Remedies, Natural Remedies, Wasp Traps, Bee Traps, Bee Safe, Bokashi, Do It Yourself Home, Pest Control, Bug Control

Bee safe wasp trap. How to make your own wasp trap for free

Wasps can be a pest, especially if you’re eating or drinking in the garden and the wasps want to join in. You can make your own bee safe wasp trap without attracting and killing bees in the p…

Good to know - Spiders hate peppermint! Put some peppermint oil in a squirt bottle with a little water and spray your garage and all door frames.I knew it helped keep mice away but i didnt know it worked for spiders too, ill have to try it Diy Cleaning Products, Cleaning Solutions, Cleaning Hacks, Pest Solutions, Fee Du Logis, Things To Know, Good Things, Just In Case, Just For You

Spiders and mice hate peppermint! Put some peppermint oil in a squirt bottle with a little water and spray your garage and all door frames. @Katie Schmeltzer Clower

A recipe for a home remedy to get rid of aphids 1 cup vegetable or white mineral oil 2 cups water 2 teaspoons dish soap (without bleach) or Murphy’s soap Spray this homemade aphid control mixture on the aphids every few days until the aphids recede. Garden Bugs, Garden Pests, Plant Pests, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Organic Farming, Get Rid Of Aphids, Unique Gardens, Pest Control

Killing Aphids Naturally: How To Get Rid Of Aphids Safely

Getting rid of aphids is no easy task. Large masses of them seem to appear overnight and without quick treatment, they can overwhelm and kill a plant. Look at a few organic control of aphids in this article.

Coffee: Save leftover coffee to spray plants that have a problem, make sure to spray underneath the leaves as well as the stems and surrounding soil. You can also sprinkle a layer of used coffee grounds around the plant to ward off these pests. Slugs In Garden, Garden Bugs, Garden Pests, Lawn And Garden, Garden Planters, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Just In Case, Just For You

Invasion Of Garden Slugs? Here's How To Combat Them

These common garden pests are soft-bodied mollusks that are like snails but without the shell for protection. Their size can be between 1/4" to 10" in length and come in a variety of colors from light grays or yellows to shades of black. They will cause serious damage to plants…

How to Get Rid of Garden Slugs- Get rid of these garden pests safely, without endangering kids or pets. Slugs In Garden, Garden Bugs, Garden Pests, Lawn And Garden, Garden Fertilizers, Organic Gardening, Gardening Tips, Gardening Courses, Sustainable Gardening

How to Get Rid of Garden Slugs

Slugs are the bane of many gardeners existence; the sneaky little gastropods slither in at night, eating the leaves and fruit from many plants. Rather than letting them take over your beloved garden, take action to eliminate the slugs that...

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DIY Ant Traps | How to get rid of Ants in the Summer - Passion for Savings

Find out how to get rid of ants this summer using DIY Ant Traps!

Homemade ant bait and control.this website has some great advice and recipes for problems with ants and even other pests. Ant Killer Recipe, Homemade Ant Killer, Get Rid Of Ants, Fire Ants, Cleaners Homemade, Garden Pests, Natural Cleaning Products, Pest Control, Bait

Homemade Ant Killers: Recipes & Tips

When trying to get rid of ants, it's helpful to first have a basic understanding how they live and thrive: They live in colonies and one class within the colony is the worker/gatherer/forager. Workers make up approximately 10% of the settlement and it's their job to go out, find and…