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 Use scent to deter foxes


Foxes have a very strong sense of smell and will eat almost anything. Gardens with chickens or rabbits, or bird feeders, accessible pots, and crops are particularly attractive. You can use some scents to deter foxes, they are said to dislike the smell of chilies and garlic, so pour boiling water and spray your garden as a fox repellant. Other animal repellents are available, but be aware of the risk to other wildlife and always read the manufacturers' instructions carefully. If a territory is marked by a fox, it will take some effort to move them, and if they feel their territory is being threatened, they may increase the amount of marking.

Is your garden ready for cooler temps

 Simple steps to prepare your garden for winter weather As temperatures drop in the fall , it's time to prepare your garden for winter. When the weather gets colder it can seem like there isn't much going on in your yard. However, there is a lot going on in the soil until it freezes. This is especially true for newly planted trees and shrubs , divisions of perennials, and hardy spring bulbs. All of these plants have profusely growing roots to anchor themselves to the ground. And earthworms and soil microbes are still at work, processing organic matter into nutrients that plants need. While nature has its own ways of coping with the colder months, there are a few things you can do to help prepare your plants for winter. 1. Mulch your perennials As long as they are hardy where you live, perennials will return year after year. Preparing hardy plants for winter does not require much effort from you. But watch out for freezing temperatures if your area gets frost and th

5 Fun Landscaping Ideas Around Trees

 Ideas for fun landscaping around trees Having beautiful trees in your yard is great for a variety of reasons, but these great landscaping ideas around trees can help you see the different options you have. You can enhance the area around large trees, tree roots, or small trees with design elements that add color and texture to your landscape. Mature trees are beautiful to look at, provide the best shade for your yard, and are a great addition to the overall landscape. However, large trees and their roots can contribute to some challenges when maintaining your lawn and landscape. Thirsty roots absorb all the water and heavy branches prevent the soil at the base of the tree from reaching sunlight, creating a harsh ecosystem for other plants to live and thrive. That’s why you often see barren, empty spots. The basement of trees in meadows, parks, and other areas. If you feel that this reduces the overall look and charm of your property or you want some way to take your landsc

all green pest control and lawn care

 Lawn Management Whether we put beautiful flowers or small trees in a house or not but everyone wants to have a small lawn at the front or back of the house. The green color of the grass is what gives us a sense of freshness. Our house will be beautiful when we put grass floor instead of concrete surface in our house, clean oxygen will be available, there will be no noise pollution, if your house is in a hilly area, it will control landslide. Gives good cooling inside our home. Because these grasses are green, they are susceptible to pests and diseases. In this article, we will look at how to control grass-borne pests naturally. Why pests or diseases attack grasses Soil Wet meter Water management is very important in growing grasses. If too little water leaves the grasses dry out, too much watering can lead to fungal and insect attacks. So, buy and keep a Soil Wet Meter to get the right amount of water. The required amount of fertilizer Grasses can grow normally fast. When

shrubs plants for your home fence

 what are examples of shrubs plants? I can say hedge is a living wall Suppose we want to set up beautiful evergreen plants like fence or foliage around the house like the flowers bloom all the time. There are many hedge plants to beautify the fence around your home. some hedge plants if need to plant for windbreak In this article we will look at the best hedge plants that can grow along the fence. and builds a background screen for a flower garden, vegetable garden, etc. Monsoon is a good time to start a new hedge by planting seeds or cuttings. 1) Glossy Abelia Can grow up to 6 feet tall. Butterflies attract and attract insects to your garden. Its flowers are trumpet-shaped and easy for you to pruning 2) English Holly (Ilex aquifolium) This plant has thorny leaves. Can grow up to 15 feet long and 8 to 10 feet wide. In addition, the berries are poisonous. Children should be taken care of without eating 3) Boxwood Shrubs (Buxus) One of the best hedge plants I can say for sure