Save $25 When You Buy $50 Or More! December Sale Ends Soon!

How can you tell a mole problem from a gopher problem?
  • Moles leave a volcano-shaped mound with an exit hole in the center. Gopher mounds are shaped like crescents or fans, with the exit hole to the side of the mound.
  • Moles burrow just below the surface, so tunnels are often visible. Gophers dig down as much as 6 ft. for nesting and food storage.
  • Gophers eat underground parts of garden plants. Moles eat grubs, soil-dwelling insects and earthworms but damage plant roots with their extensive tunneling.
« Back to Tips & Articles

Sign-Up and Save

You’ll enjoy…

  • • Exclusive offers and specials
  • • First access to new products
  • • $25 off your first order of $50+

Gardens Alive!® respects your privacy. Unsubscribe anytime.

Close Pop Up