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2 file(s) - Uploaded by: vegasacres1
Created: Oct 22, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
I have tried to keep the cows from eating my flowers and herbs. I am at my wits end. Any fence I put up they knock down from rubbing against it. Please help..
1 file(s) - Uploaded by: Sheri in Calgary
Created: Feb 25, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
I have a nice bed beside my garage which is full of horseradish. I would like to use the bed to plant some annuals and am trying to find away to prevent the horseradish from taking over again. I've considered digging the bed out and pouring a layer of cement to stop the horseradish. I wonder if there is a simpler way, if not, how deep should I dig and how thick should I pour the cement?
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: Susie4062
Created: May 24, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 4
This house is a reverse walk out and has no curb appeal. I want green space and gardens in our tough clay yard. I don't want to be the ugly house in our neighborhood!
We have tried small gardens before but it was in Texas and the heat got to the plants before we could save them. So we let the weeds grow. We are now in Kansas and decided to help counteract some of these crazy produce prices. This is a Square Foot Garden. It is an amazing garden method with NO WEEDS!
We tore out the flower garden and put in a play structure. We need help! We'd like flowers in front of the structure a path along the fence with plants a vegetable garden behind the garage and a deck under the trees. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!