Reputation
1,369
Top tag
Next privilege 1,500 Rep.
Approve tag wiki edits
Badges
5 20
Newest
 Custodian
Impact
~63k people reached

Nov
7
answered Keeping lawn out of garden beds
Oct
9
accepted how can I keep snails off my Day Lilies?
Oct
4
answered Wintering Carnivorous Plants
Jul
28
comment how can I keep snails off my Day Lilies?
Good point. I was blaming the lilies, not the slight dampness this summer has brought.
Jul
27
asked how can I keep snails off my Day Lilies?
Jul
12
comment Are all my praying mantis dead?
Preying mantises have tentacles? Not sure I have ever seen this...
Jul
12
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
27
comment How can I control growth on a steep hill?
Not an answer to your specific question, but I have seen and used a technique to mow these sort of slopes safely: have the mower roped, and you walk along the top of the hill, starting with the mower at the top and letting the ropes out on each pass to mow further down the hill.
Jun
25
answered Is there a plant which can withstand heat up to 40 degree Celsius?
Jun
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
15
awarded  Yearling
Jun
8
revised How can I keep spiders out of the shed?
added 388 characters in body
Jun
8
answered How can I keep spiders out of the shed?
Jun
8
comment How can I keep spiders out of the shed?
Not an answer, but I used to try and keep spiders out of my shed, until I realised they had destroyed a wasp nest that was constructed in one corner. Now I leave the spiders to defend against nastier creatures, and just brush the cobwebs off things that I want kept clear :-)
May
21
answered Will the effectiveness of soaker hoses degrade too much if I connect multiple ones together?
Apr
26
comment How can I make lines on the grass in a field?
ahh -sorry, I thought you needed to know where you had spread seed/fertiliser. For seeing where you have mown, I would just look for the cut grass :-)
Apr
26
answered How can I make lines on the grass in a field?
Apr
24
comment What is the best way to keep deer away?
(shotgun?) :-) sorry
Feb
25
comment What are the optimal growing conditions for chives?
My best chive clump is in partial shade, and on the damper side of our property, and the worst, scraggly clump is at the sunniest, dryest side. This is in Scotland though, so the ground is moist all year round, and the temperature is normally between -5 and +25 Celsius.
Feb
21
awarded  Commentator