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 What lives in a flower beds?

Answer Many insects, both destructive and beneficial live in gardens as well as a variety of small rodents (such as mice), spiders, and snakes. Aside from them, one might occasionally encounter a small g... Read More »
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How to Lay Out Flower Beds?

If your garden needs a colorful lift, you might want to consider implementing a flower bed. A flower bed requires preparation, work and dedication, but gives the garden an attractive focal point. O... Read More »
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How deep should flower beds be?

Flower beds should be 8 to 12 inches deep for annuals or at least 18 to 24 inches deep for perennials. It is important to make flower beds deep enough for a healthy root system to develop.Reference... Read More »
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How do I get rid of ant hills in my flower beds?

Go to a garden center and ask for a chemical to kill ants.Use it as directed,wait for the ants to die and then dig it up and dispose of them.Good luck!!
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How do I keep armadillos out of flower beds?

Call a TrapperCall a trapper to come find where the armadillo is nesting on your property. You could trap them yourself, but there may be babies that could take the parent's place, or die and sprea... Read More »
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