Will Jeyes Fluid Kill Ivy?

It’s no secret that Ivy is an extremely fast-growing climber. But for many, it’s an unwelcome invader! If you’re one of these people, you’re probably wondering just how to go about getting rid of it. It’s likely that your mind has drifted to Jeyes Fluid. After all, it’s versatile and renowned for its considerable strength. … Read more

Will Jeyes Fluid Kill Weeds?

There’s nothing worse than the emergence, or worse, the invasion of weeds in your garden. They pop out of nowhere only to rapidly take over your turf, crowding out your other plants in the process. Hence, it’s no surprise that we’re always looking for ways to eliminate them. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of solutions. And … Read more

Will Vinegar Kill Purslane?

Has your garden, or outside property, been overrun by the annual succulent that is Purslane? Want to get rid of it? Well, you’ve come to the right place. I’ll be walking you through exactly what you need to do here today. But can vinegar, the household staple, and favorite, be up for the job? Let’s … Read more

Will Vinegar Kill Buttercups?

Whilst buttercups may appear to be sufficiently aesthetically pleasing and, thus, innocent, the reality is that they couldn’t be further from it.  These flowers, although unsuspecting, are tremendously fast-growing, and many are surprised to learn that they’re toxic too.  They have the ability to evoke all sorts of ailments in animals and humans alike, from … Read more

Will Vinegar Kill Aphids On Hibiscus?

If you are lucky enough to have a beautiful hibiscus growing in your garden, you’ll surely do whatever you can to keep it free from pesticides, such as aphids. Aphids, also known as plant lice, have garnered a reputation for their ability to harm our beloved plants. When they make home on hibiscus plants, the … Read more

Will Vinegar Kill Quackgrass?

While quackgrass may look and sound innocent enough, chances are you are like most other gardeners if you landed here today – you simply don’t want it on your property! Besides, by its very nature, it’s invasive and known for its complex root system and impressive seed production.  Once it takes hold, it’s really difficult … Read more