...39;t freeze where you live and the ground is soft, you probably could just pound it in. or dig down a foot or two with a...39;s structural) pour some concrete in the hole and set the post. Support...
5 Answers · Home & Garden · 17/03/2007
A large pot with holes in the bottom. Maybe you can get a biodegradable one so you can plant it in the ground when it gets big enough. Then you can just plant the whole pot and not disturb the roots.
4 Answers · Home & Garden · 20/03/2007
...be avoided completely. And, using concrete to anchor posts in the ground is still the best method (IMHO) good luck
10 Answers · Home & Garden · 21/03/2007
...dig down to a layer called caliche ..for areas that do not have caliche in the layers they bring it in after the pond/stock tank is dug and have...
1 Answers · Home & Garden · 08/06/2008
...and release them elsewhere. Make sure you release them together in the same place. Try this article for a humane way of removing your...
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 09/09/2011