11 Plants that Repel Flies. Don’t settle for ugly fly traps or hazardous chemicals; simply choose some plants that naturally repel flies. Here is a list of a few that can keep those pesky pests away! - Gardening Go
Leaves make extremely good mulch, helping to protect your soil from erosion and compaction, while also breaking down to provide nutrients. Be sure to chop or shred leaves before using them as mulch. Whole leaves can form a mat that water can't penetrate.
prune Spring blooming shrubs mid or late Spring once your Forsythia, Camellias, Lilacs & Mock Oranges finish flowering for the season - they start making next years floral display so, cut them back as flowers fade - for flowers next year
Gallon of water, 1 chopped onion add to gal of water. let it sit under the sun for and spray it over your veg plants, n flowers to keep bugs from eating the leaves. (I read this in magazine from old sturbridge village. Cant recall what year.
These tall, robust, colorful geraniums (also known as zonal geraniums or Pelargonium x hortorum) can grow for many years if you take care to protect them during the winter. We've got 5 easy options for you.
Aspirin is a remedy for fungal plant problems (black spot, powdery mildew, and rust are a terrible trio of fungi). Dissolve two uncoated aspirin tablets milligrams each) in 1 quart of water and use as a foliar spray to thwart these diseases.
Anthurium: This cultivar of anthurium is especially popular for its persistent, constant blooms and eye-catching waxy red flowers. Guests won’t believe it’s real! Avoid direct sunlight and allow the soil to dry slightly between each watering.