How to Battle Colorado Potato Beetles in Your Garden

A Colorado potato beetle perched on a leaf.

Are Colorado potato beetles devouring your potatoes, tomatoes, or eggplants? Left unchecked, these pests can destroy entire crops. Learn natural ways to stop an infestation with help from the experts at Gardener’s Path, plus tips on how to use pesticides against these beetles as a last line of defense. Read more.

Getting a Grip on Flea Beetles

Cabbage Stem Flea Beetle (Psylliodes chrysocephala), close up, on a damage leaf.

Do you have an infestation of flea beetles? These nasty little critters attack all kinds of produce and ornamentals, particularly nightshades and brassicas. Learn how you can defeat these little insects through various organic methods, or chemical herbicides if worse comes to worst. Read our comprehensive guide now!

15 Creative Uses for Bricks in Landscape and Garden Design

A loose brick retaining wall without mortar, with herbs and potted plants growing inside, with several terra cotta pots and a pair of secateurs on top.

If you have a pile of bricks left over from a building project, you’ll love these 15 ideas for using them in the outdoor landscape. Durability and traditional style make bricks a timeless choice for pathways, edging, and so much more. Find functional and decorative design inspiration, right here on Gardener’s Path.

Doing Battle with Stink Bugs

Get tips and tricks for ridding your garden of voracious stink bug invaders | GardenersPath.com

Is your garden bugged by stink bugs? Learn how to banish these malodorous, produce-eating pests from your garden once and for all with tips and hints from the experts at Gardener’s Path.

Managing the Aphid: An Unwelcome Garden Visitor

Close up of an infestation of yellow aphids on leafy greens.

Aphids are a nightmare, leaving plants shriveled and dying after an infestation. Learn natural ways to keep them from making your backyard their home, plus ways to manage an onslaught without resorting to potentially dangerous chemical preparations. We’ve got gardening solutions you can use, here on Gardener’s Path.