If the heat doesn't keep you indoors this summer, the mosquitoes will.  Tired of being ran out of your own back yard by these flying insects?  Are you forced to pay outrageous - and ongoing -- fees to prevent or repel them?  Then you will appreciate the following low cost tips to help repel Mosquitoes.

How to Repel Mosquitoes from Your Yard on a Budget

If the heat doesn't keep you indoors this summer, the mosquitoes will. Tired of being ran out of your own back yard by these flying insects? Are you forced to pay outrageous - and ongoing -- fees to prevent or repel them? Then you will appreciate the following low cost tips to help repel Mosquitoes.

The Best Ways to Get Rid of Fruit Flies — Maxwell's Daily Find 06.24.15

The Best Ways to Get Rid of Fruit Flies

How to teach children love of gardening while growing a living Teepee playhouse at the same time.

How to Grow a Child's Living Den or Playhouse With Willow

How to teach children love of gardening while growing a living Teepee playhouse at the same time.

How to Kill Ants on Vegetables

How to Kill Ants on Vegetables

How to Make a Self-Watering Container Garden from a Plastic Storage Bin -- maybe the answer for my pathetic tomato plants!

How to Make a Self-Watering Container Garden from a Plastic Storage Bin -- maybe the answer for my pathetic tomato plants!

Cold frame made from pallets for wintering over tender plants like zonal geraniums, canna lily and more.  (Zone 8b garden(

20 Creative Ways to Upcycle Pallets in Your Garden

Cold frame made from pallets for wintering over tender plants like zonal geraniums, canna lily and more. (Zone 8b garden(

Chemical Free Garden Solution  Simple Pesticide:   ■1 minced garlic clove.   ■1 cup warm water.   ■3-4 drops of dish soap.     Mix the three ingredients together and pour into a labeled spray bottle. Spray generously on plants, both edible and non edible. Bugs will leave your plants alone.

Make Your Own Gardening Remedies for Pennies

Chemical Free Garden Solution Simple Pesticide: ■1 minced garlic clove. ■1 cup warm water. ■3-4 drops of dish soap. Mix the three ingredients together and pour into a labeled spray bottle. Spray generously on plants, both edible and non edible. Bugs will leave your plants alone.

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