Wondering which pest is damaging your lawn and garden? Here’s how to tell the difference.
If you see tiny jigsaw holes on your rose leaves, you're seeing the work of leafcutter bees.
There are more than 1200 species of whitefly, and they can wreak as much havoc outdoors as indoors.
Dandelion damage is mainly aesthetic: you’ve got yellow dots when you’d prefer an unbroken expanse of green.
If you notice ugly brown streaks in your iris bed, pay attention: you may have an iris borer infestation.
Though it looks creepy, the earwig helps control insect pests in your garden and feeds on rotting vegetation.
Two gardeners combine massive boulders and intricately textured plants to create a visual feast for the neighborhood.
Though the disease is most common on cherry and plum trees, it also infects chokecherries, peaches, and apricots.
These tiny insects thrive in moist, rich soils; on their dinner menu is mold, fungus, and rotting plant matter.
The mealybug, a common pest on houseplants and fruit trees, looks like a miniature sowbug covered in white powder.