77sunset wrote: Colleen, I do feel for you.
Its b** hard watching the weeds grow and not being able to do anything.
You & I will both catch up with them eventually.
Hang in there.
Charleen, please be careful around those yellow jackets. They must be like the European wasps we get here.
Very nasty .
Unlike bees, wasps can sting multiple times.
We have found here, silly as it sounds, a single spray with Baygon fly spray and they fall out of the air.
Luckily we have no nests close, so usually single queens looking for nest sites.
Hubby watches for them every spring / summer as we dont want them setting up home here.