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Last year raspberry canes grew between the deck boards at Pat Munts' house. This year, they're abundant with berries.
Carolyn Payne lives in the Glenrose Prairie area of Spokane and regularly drives on 29th Avenue near its intersection with Glenrose Road. She recently dropped me a note about an amazing stand of 7- to 8-foot-tall foxtail lilies growing in a field along the road.
Like many of you, I allow my houseplants to spend the warm summer on our deck. My collection includes a large jade plant, three equally large Christmas cacti and a real Southwestern desert cactus; all with family histories. While they were outside, they got plenty of light, water and air. Now that they are back inside, it’s a different story.
To control mouse, vole and shrew population, remove their protective cover in the yard and gardens and put up barriers to protect trees and certain plants.
How are clinker bricks formed and where can we buy them? Are they durable and will they last a long time?
How do you feel about self-adhering house wrap and what’s involved in getting it installed correctly?
A group of gardeners has banded together to create the Inland Northwest Community Gardens group to help people create their own community or school gardens and promote community gardening.
Susan Mulvihill, garden columnist for The Spokesman-Review, will hold a workshop on raised-bed gardening on Saturday.
For a rotting shed, restoration may be in the cards.
Paint and supply companies Clare and Backdrop both launched in 2018 with splashy e-commerce sites, social media feeds and similar price points to their bricks-and-mortar competitors. Perhaps most notably, in lieu of providing flimsy paint cards, the companies sell generously sized, self-adhesive color swatches for less than the cost of a sample can.
Recent innovations make it easier than ever to live a green lifestyle without sacrificing style.
If you are like Sheryl and really love your shed shed, we want to hear from you.
Heating bills are looming large. Check out these five tips to quickly cut your energy costs without sacrificing comfort.
Is it possible to build a multi-story home with no, or few, interior bearing walls or beams? Sure is.
These trinkets are well-loved, even if – in some cases – only the memory of them remains.
It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but between hosting holiday festivities, shopping for presents and working full time, it can feel like the most stressful.
Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that can cause health issues. The gas is generated by the decomposition of uranium, a natural element. Some types of bedrock contain more uranium than others. The radon gas works its way out of the rock, up into the soil and into groundwater. It’s constantly clawing its way to the atmosphere.
Is there a house in your neighborhood that is particularly festive? Is there a street that does the holiday right? Do you and your family have a favorite “Christmas Vacation”-style home you like to visit every year? We want to hear about it.
Consider mirrors as an affordable alternative to traditional artwork. Mirrors are typically lower priced wall decor.
When it comes to storing jewelry, there is no shortage of organizing options. But remember all jewelry is best kept away from extreme heat and bright light, in a relatively dry space with a consistent temperature.