• Poll do you love flowers?

    Best answer: Yes, there's something magical about them.
    Best answer: Yes, there's something magical about them.
    84 answers · 5 days ago
  • What would you do if there was a dead body lying in the middle of your backyard?

    Best answer: better call the police - you could get into trouble if you don't report a dead body. What would you do when that body starts to decay? Someone is bound to smell it and since the body is on your property, you could get into very serious trouble for not reporting it. So go ahead and dial ...
    Best answer: better call the police - you could get into trouble if you don't report a dead body. What would you do when that body starts to decay? Someone is bound to smell it and since the body is on your property, you could get into very serious trouble for not reporting it. So go ahead and dial ...
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why does Maryland have palm trees?

    Best answer: Because people planted them. They don't grow in Maryland by nature, but there are varieties, like the windmill palm (with the bag fan-type leaves), that are supposedly hearty enough to deal with winters up this way. (In a state next door and I keep wanting to plant one myself...) If they have regular fronds... show more
    Best answer: Because people planted them. They don't grow in Maryland by nature, but there are varieties, like the windmill palm (with the bag fan-type leaves), that are supposedly hearty enough to deal with winters up this way. (In a state next door and I keep wanting to plant one myself...)

    If they have regular fronds then I assume they are potted, either above or in ground and probably taken indoors to overwinter. That type isn't hearty enough.
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I get forced to remove bamboo from my neighbors property if it was the previous property owner who planted it?

    We recently moved into our house and with the house came a bamboo forest in the back yard. instantly after moving in we went straight into cutting down the bamboo, spendin nearly the entire summer figuring means to get rid of it.... I noticed all of the surrounding neighbors are starting to have bamboo creep onto... show more
    We recently moved into our house and with the house came a bamboo forest in the back yard. instantly after moving in we went straight into cutting down the bamboo, spendin nearly the entire summer figuring means to get rid of it.... I noticed all of the surrounding neighbors are starting to have bamboo creep onto their backyards.... Our town has rules against planting bamboo, and rules if they spread to neighbors propertiess. Since we did not plant the bamboo, which seems to have been there for years....and since we instantly tried to solve the issue of removing what's in our yard...will we be liable if one of the neighbors ask us to remove the bamboo since it was originally planted in our back yard by the previous owner ?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it weird to garden at night?

    I'm trying to get into gardening, but I only really have time in the evening/at night. I have enough lights in my yard that i'll be able to see, but I don't want my neighbors to think I'm burying corpses or whatever. Help?
    I'm trying to get into gardening, but I only really have time in the evening/at night. I have enough lights in my yard that i'll be able to see, but I don't want my neighbors to think I'm burying corpses or whatever. Help?
    22 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are your favorite houseplants?

    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why don't more people grow their own mushrooms ?

    Best answer: I have an arrangement to collect the grounds from half a dozen local places for my compost. Mixed with the contribution of my chickens and horses they make wonderful compost. The mushrooms, however, grow naturally here on the Olympic Peninsula. I assume you are referring to the chantrelles, which grow wild in... show more
    Best answer: I have an arrangement to collect the grounds from half a dozen local places for my compost. Mixed with the contribution of my chickens and horses they make wonderful compost. The mushrooms, however, grow naturally here on the Olympic Peninsula. I assume you are referring to the chantrelles, which grow wild in the pines behind my barn and are a good cash crop. I grow mostly asparagus for sale, though. Check out what organic asparagus sells for at Whole Foods.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do atheists like to throw rocks in glass houses?

    Best answer: To watch the glass break
    Best answer: To watch the glass break
    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • Yew trees - Why are they called "trees of death"?

    Best answer: Other answers all hint at bits of the overall truth. The leaves of the Yew tree are poisonous. Yew wood is used to make the best longbows https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longbow In olden times the Yew trees were planted within the confines of the local church graveyard, which was walled off, to stop the local pigs... show more
    Best answer: Other answers all hint at bits of the overall truth.
    The leaves of the Yew tree are poisonous.
    Yew wood is used to make the best longbows https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longbow
    In olden times the Yew trees were planted within the confines of the local church graveyard, which was walled off, to stop the local pigs and cattle grazing on the leaves.
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why dethatch your lawn?

    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • I always see my neighbor mowing the lawn without shoes, is this a bad idea?

    Best answer: Nah, unless there is dog turds on the lawn, or thistles. Then there is green feet. HE WILL BE SWEARING BEFORE SLEEPING OR THE WIFE WILL KILL HIM.FOR THE DIRTY LAUNDRY. Actually SHE IS WHO I worry about.. Cutting feet? Nah. Shoes, runners are not a barrier to a really sharp blade. The lawn mower will slice it... show more
    Best answer: Nah, unless there is dog turds on the lawn, or thistles. Then there is green feet.
    HE WILL BE SWEARING BEFORE SLEEPING OR THE WIFE WILL KILL HIM.FOR THE DIRTY LAUNDRY.
    Actually SHE IS WHO I worry about..
    Cutting feet? Nah. Shoes, runners are not a barrier to a really sharp blade. The lawn mower will slice it all up without hesitating.
    I have cut my lawn for over 55 years.and never got close. Weed eater:

    "that SNAPPER really hurts" as you get whipped by the string.
    16 answers · 1 week ago
  • How can I sell my stuff? I have alot of expletive things I would like to sell but I can't have a yard sale in my neighborhood?

    Best answer: Why not advertise them online? Don’t do the collect thing so you’re not at risk of being robbed or killed, find out the shipping costs and add them on.
    Best answer: Why not advertise them online? Don’t do the collect thing so you’re not at risk of being robbed or killed, find out the shipping costs and add them on.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • I have huge very hard yellow squash in my back yard that I didn't plant and acorn squash that I didn't plant in my front yard. How how how?

    Best answer: And how how?

    It’s called seeds. Seeds are eaten or taken by animals. The animals then distribute the seeds in various places, including your yard. Squirrels bury them. A deer may poop them out and distribute them.
    Best answer: And how how?

    It’s called seeds. Seeds are eaten or taken by animals. The animals then distribute the seeds in various places, including your yard. Squirrels bury them. A deer may poop them out and distribute them.
    4 answers · 5 days ago