The lawn gnomes are everywhere!
If you live in the United States, you’ve probably seen them on your lawns and have probably noticed that they’re not all that friendly.
Some of them are just downright dangerous, though.
Here are five tips for avoiding them, along with how to deal with them.1.
Maintain your lawn as if you’re home.
Most lawn gnoms will only come out when you’re out in the sun.
They’ll also go after the grass if you don’t have a sprinkler system, so keep the lawn as green as possible, which means keeping it trimmed with a vegetable peeler.
If you’re outside, try to keep the sun out as much as possible.2.
If the lawn is a bit rough, put up some mulch.
If your lawn is already greener than it used to be, it’s not going to take a gnome to take it down.
In the spring, the grass can be replaced with mulch, which can be planted in places where it’s greener and can help keep your grass in check.3.
If there’s a gnomish hazard, get rid the gnome with a little water.
A few tablespoons of water can help a gnomon go down in about 30 minutes.
If it’s a large gnomon, try sprinkling some water on it with a paper towel to help it out of the water.4.
Make sure your garden is properly tended.
If gnomonic activity occurs in the garden, do something about it, including putting up fences or placing barriers around the garden.
It’s also a good idea to make sure your yard has a sprinklers system.5.
If someone is harassing your gnomony, call the police.
If they have a gnomy and you don,t have any other options, they’ll often try to find ways to make it worse by taking photos of it.
You can call the National Guard, or you can contact the National Park Service, the EPA, or the National Wildlife Federation.
You can also contact your local park district or county sheriff’s office, but the best option is to call the EPA and ask to speak to an official at their office.
Once you’ve reached them, they can help you understand how to report the gnomonia to the EPA.