How to Identify Queen Anne’s Lace Vs Poison Hemlock

Identifying the difference between Queen Anne’s lace and poison hemlock is crucial to your health. Both of these plants have toxic properties. However, the difference is quite small, and you can avoid harm if you know what to look for. Common namesSeveral of the...

Activated Charcoal For Poison Hemlock Leaves

Having poison hemlock leaves in your yard may seem like a good idea, but in reality it can cause serious harm. It may even prove to be fatal. Fortunately, there are ways to get rid of it. Water hemlockAmong the many wild plants that can be harmful to livestock, poison...

Poison Hemlock Vs Other Poisonous Plants

Among all the poisonous plants that can kill you, poison hemlock is the most dangerous. However, there are several other plants that can be dangerous as well. In this article, you will learn the differences between poison hemlock and other poisonous plants. Also, you...

Certified Organic Lawn Fertilizers

Choosing Certified Organic Lawn Fertilizers is a great way to protect your lawn from harmful pesticides and chemicals. Not only are these fertilizers safe for people and pets, but they are also safe for the creatures in the soil food web. In addition, they will help...

Yarrow Vs Poison Hemlock

Yarrow is one of the most popular herbs for herbal remedies and is also very beneficial for foraging. It attracts bees and other native insects to your garden. In addition, it is a good first aid remedy for cuts and blemishes. It is also an effective hemostatic, which...

What to Do If You Touched Poison Hemlock

Whether you accidentally touched a poison hemlock or you’re just concerned about this type of plant, it’s important to know what to do. Here are some of the most common symptoms, as well as the treatment you should seek. Symptoms of poison hemlock...

Queen Annes Lace Vs Poison Hemlock

Among the many kinds of weeds you can find, one of the most dangerous is Queen Annes Lace. This plant is toxic to both humans and livestock. It is native to Europe and is an invasive species. It’s native to EuropeBesides its edible leaves, Queen Anne’s...

Plants That Look Like Poison Hemlock

Whether you have a yard that’s been infested with poison hemlock or you are just looking for a new plant, you might be wondering which plants look like poison hemlock. Below is a list of plants that look like poison hemlock, including some of the signs and...
What is Causing The Fires This Year?

What is Causing The Fires This Year?

Every year, wildfires ravage parts of the world, leaving death and destruction in their wake. This year has been no different, with devastating fires burning in Australia, the Amazon, and California. But what is causing these fires? Is it climate change? Bad luck? Or...

How to Get Rid of Poison Hemlock

Often referred to as wild hemlock or poison hemlock, this herbaceous flowering plant is a highly toxic species of plant. It is native to Europe and North Africa. Water hemlockDespite its common name, water hemlock is a very poisonous plant. Fortunately, there are ways...

Choosing the Best Lawn Fertilizers

Whether you’re a new homeowner or you’ve been in your home for many years, there are some things you can do to make your lawn look its best. One of the things you can do is purchase the best lawn fertilizers available on the market. Scotts Green MaxUsing...

Poison Hemlock Vs Queen Anne Moss

Whether or not you live in the city or in the country, there are some similarities between poison hemlock and Queen Anne moss that you should be aware of. Both plants are toxic to humans and should be properly dressed and handled when in contact with them. Toxic to...

Poison Hemlock Plants

Whether you are interested in gardening or simply like plants in your home, there are a few facts you should know about Poison Hemlock Plants. They can be very dangerous to humans and pets alike. Here is a brief look at what you need to know about them, including...

Water Hemlock Vs Poison Hemlock

Depending on where you live, water hemlock can be a problem. It can also be a healthy plant, but you should take the time to learn the difference between water hemlock and poison hemlock. Western waterhemlockSeveral plants, including poison hemlock, can kill humans...
Are Yellow Jackets Pollinators?

Are Yellow Jackets Pollinators?

Yes, Yellow Jackets and Wasps are excellent pollinators! In my experience as an organic gardener, I have come to love and respect these ferocious pollinators. Yellow jackets are considered pollinators. What Can Yellow Jackets Pollinate? Yellow Jackets and other wasps...
Poison Hemlock Vs Other Plants

Poison Hemlock Vs Other Plants

Among the various plants, poison hemlock is often considered to be the most dangerous. However, there are other plants that can be poisonous, and it is a good idea to know the differences between these plants. Symptoms of poisoning Symptoms of poisoning hemlock are...
Bee Hotels – How to help pollinators

Bee Hotels – How to help pollinators

Bee Hotels – How To Help Pollinators It’s estimated that one-third of the food we eat each day is thanks to pollinators like bees. But these important insects are in decline due to a number of factors, including loss of habitat. You can help by providing a...
How Hot Do Forest Fires Get?

How Hot Do Forest Fires Get?

How Hot Do Forest Fires Get? Forest fires are no joke. They’re massive, they’re destructive, and they can get incredibly hot. So hot, in fact, that they can create their own weather patterns. In this blog post, we’ll explore how hot forest fires can...