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Having garden care problems? Who doesn't? Sometimes, no matter what you do, your garden does not look as good as you'd expect or hoped. However, sometimes there are simple solutions to your problems. Before you throw out those gardening gloves and accept your lack of a green thumb, check the list below for easy at-home solutions for some of the most common gardening tribulations.

  • Weeds are ruining my Garden: fighting against weeds can seem like a constant uphill battle. One of the reasons weeds become such a problem is because only half of the plant is actually attacked. Your best bet when it comes to weeds is to purchase a herbicide and a weeding wand which will make it easier to monitor the amount of chemical you use and where it goes. Spread the weed killer on mature leaves as well as new growth.

  • Grass and Weeds keep creeping into my paved areas: do you have grass and weeds creeping up on your stairs, your driveway and elsewhere where they should be. Instead of spending a fortune on pesticides and dousing your driveway with chemicals, a great solution is to mix water and vinegar or saltwater. Be careful where you spray however and this mixture will also kill your plants.

  • My lawn looks a little worse of wear: lawn care is an art form. There could be many reasons why your lawn is looking a little yellow or growing in odd. One of the main culprits is pet urine. If you notice dry dead patches of lawn, then there is a good chance that is where your dog is doing his business. Another way to stop your lawn from getting lawn disease or fungus is to water your lawn in the morning instead of at night. The extra moisture at night can cause fungus and disease.

  • Yellow Leaves on my plants: yellow leaves suggest two things: one, your plant is hungry, or two, you may have an insect problem. Check the leaves for sap-sucking black or red mites or other insects. If you notice teeny tiny crawlers on your plants, then head to the local garden center and purchase an oil spray or pesticide.

A final reminder when it comes to garden care is that gardening has a lot to do with trial and error, especially if you are just beginning. Some plants may die; some plants may flourish. This is all part of the gardening fun.

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