Why Does My Umbrella Plant Have Flying Bugs?

Answer The Schefflera or umbrella plant is a popular house plant thanks to its deep green foliage and wide branching leaves. This is a relatively low-maintenance plant, requiring no fertilization and only... Read More »

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How do you get rid of black flying bugs in plant soil?

These black flying critters are called fungus gnats and pose a three part problem for you: adult, larvae and eggs. The adults like to lay their eggs in the moist soil of your houseplants and when t... Read More »

Little Flying Bugs in Soil?

While soil is home to various house and garden plants, several other living things call the soil home, including worms, molds, mildew and insects. In fact, so much nutrition from rotting leaves an... Read More »

Flying Bugs That Eat Wood?

Wood-eating insects can be a danger to anyone's home and/or yard. The most well-known flying insect that consumes wood is the drywood termite. Many are not aware that there are also other types o... Read More »

Flying Brown Bugs in the House?

Homeowners often find flying brown bugs inside their homes. Most insects wander indoors by mistake and do not usually bite or sting humans. However, the sight of flying brown bugs is often unnervin... Read More »