I may sound like a Woolworths fan boy, but I’m only using their products as an example in this article because we actually use them (and love them) in our house. I try not to write about things I can’t personally vouch for.
Woolworths has a range of organic cleaning products (which it looks like they’ve named “earth friendly“) that has a couple of benefits.
I have a new eBook that is exclusive to subscribers of this website.
It’s title is “How to Prune Roses” and is about 13 pages (depending on when you download it) and includes photos.
It’s main purpose is to give you some sort of guidance when it comes to pruning roses. The first time I did it, I went on a 1-day course, and I’m really glad I did. I don’t think I would have had the guts to prune my roses as “drastically” as I was shown.
So, I thought I would share a bit of what I learnt with you. It’s not comprehensive, but rather is to be used as a guide so that when you prune your roses, you have an idea of what to expect, and what the end result should look like.
This site gets an average of 300 visits a day from people who have questions on how to get rid of maggots.
You may think that’s weird, but believe it or not, it’s easy to get maggots, and you don’t have to have a dirty house.
If you’re thinking how people could possibly get maggots, it’s really quite easy. Perhaps you missed the garbage disposal pickup day, or your cat has killed a bird that you weren’t aware of. Or, as happened in our complex, a neighbour ran over a bullfrog and didn’t pick up the dead body, and the flies had a FEAST.
So it may not even be your problem!
Because of the number of visitors seeking help, I decided to move the information over to a new website dedicated to maggots.