Sometimes good things happen when trees come crashing down in a garden. Such is the case for Russ and Sara Weaver-Lundberg.
Do you have crowded perennials in your yard or garden and need a little help learning how to divide them?
The color gray is often considered to be drab and gloomy, but the reality is, gray is one of the most versatile colors in home decor.
While deer in the garden can be trying, there are other critters out there who can be destructive to your hard work: voles, gophers, squirrels, raccoons and rabbits.
Whatever you do, don’t use a circular saw to cut drywall.
Changing the color of grout is possible, but it’s not easy.
Over the years, I’ve let the seasons dictate when I grew a garden. I’d begin in early spring and put it to bed when the frosts arrived in the fall. In 2014, my routine changed after reading Eliot Coleman’s book, “The Winter Harvest Handbook.”
Executed correctly, stock-tank pools achieve a certain design aesthetic for a fraction of the cost of an in-ground pool.
The heat of summer has finally arrived, and our vegetable gardens have taken off. With the onset of hot weather though, most cool season crops like peas, spinach, lettuce and arugula are fading fast. No more sugar pod peas to snack on as you walk through the garden.
Downtown Austin, Texas, is known for nightlife of live music, dancing and dining. I got to enjoy some of that while I was at a conference there last week.
If you’re a fan of the Saturday morning “Garden Report” on KHQ-TV, you know that Master Gardener Julie McElroy is a frequent guest of reporter Matt Rogers. During the segments, she dispenses information on all aspects of gardening.
When it comes to cleaning painted walls, the finish of the paint is what matters; the color doesn’t. Flat paint is the hardest to clean but the easiest to touch up.
Smelly garbage disposals in kitchens are more common than you might think. A large number of homeowners reach out to me on a routine basis with the identical problem.
Fixing a wonky sink stopper often takes less time than moving the stuff out of the way to get to it.
Sponsored by the Coeur d’Alene Garden Club, the Coeur d’Alene Garden Tour on July 15 takes visitors to six gorgeous gardens, and also features artisans and vendors of garden-related items, and live music.
It seems ironic that we gardeners are in a constant battle with plants that grow too prolifically in our gardens while babying others that apparently would rather grow anywhere else.
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