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    Check out our Home and Garden page!

    Find stories in Thursday’s print edition offering five simple tips for making your home safer to prevent falls and ideas for fast-growing vegetables if you still want to get a little gardening done before it gets too cold. You’ll also find ads for local businesses offering everything from tree trimming and roofing services to mattresses. […]

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    Spice up your home: how to create balcony gardens

    Today’s urban living crunches spaces. We have been there. We know the effort involved in cramming a lot into tiny spaces. Living in an apartment can sometimes dash those dreams of spacious gardens. But here’s the rub. You don’t need a big space to have a great garden. An awesome garden can flourish in the […]

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    Types of garden in your home

    Herb Garden Herb garden consists of culinary or medicinal herbs, and often has ornamental designs. In fact, herb plants are often underrated as potential design elements in land scaping. Mint and creeping thyme can be used very well as ground cover between stepping stones. Lavender can be used as a landscape design in rock garden, […]

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    Tucson Gardening and Home Sept. 17-23

    Tucson Organic Gardeners Monthly Meeting — St. Mark’s Church, 3809 E. Second St. Have Your Best Soil Ever, an introduction to garden soil and composting. 7-9 p.m. Sept. 19. 749-9429. Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star All events are free or included in the cost of admission unless otherwise noted. Tuesday Herbs — Dussenberry-River Public […]

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    Corpus Christi Fall Home & Garden Show, Sept. 15-17

    CORPUS CHRISTI (KIII NEWS) – The Corpus Christi Fall Home & Garden Show returns to the American Bank Center exhibition hall Sept. 15-17. Three days of new products and home improvement solutions all under one roof! Everything from kitchens and bathrooms to front and backyard landscapes and lots more! And this year, the event is […]

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    New Orleans home and garden events, Aug. 26, 2017

    Feel free to bring your garden tools for a blessing as the Rev. Randy Roux celebrates the feast of St. Fiacre, patron of gardeners, at Longue Vue Tuesday. HANDMADE SEED PAPER CLASS: 10 a.m., New Orleans Botanical Garden, City Park. Join instructor Jessica Peterson to make handmade paper embedded with wildflower seeds that can be […]

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    Plant Dutch Iris for a pop of seasonal color

    We were looking for easy-to-maintain plants that could provide seasonal color to a fairly steep slope in part shade. A catalog arrived picturing several varieties of iris, something we’d never tried, and we placed an order. Here’s what happened. Iris is the name of the goddess of the rainbow in Greek mythology, and has been […]

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    Home & Garden dealing with mosquitoes

    INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – Every Sunday, Pat Sullivan from Sullivan Hardware and Garden gives us great advice for do-it-yourself home improvements. This week, he talks about ways to deal with mosquitoes. Every Sunday, Pat Sullivan from Sullivan Hardware and Garden gives us great advice for do-it-yourself home improvements. This week, he talks about things you can […]

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    Home & Garden Show invite Property Brothers to Scottsdale

    Drew and Jonathan Scott, superstars from HGTV’s Property Brothers, will appear at The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 22 at WestWorld of Scottsdale. Watch Drew and Jonathan’s hilarious stage show and meet the charismatic twins during their post-performance meet-and-greet. Bring your camera for a photo with […]

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    Grasses in the Garden

    The natural surroundings of the coast incline us to design with the beauty and fluidity of grasses. Creating this beauty requires the right selection of grasses for the garden. Beautiful gardens, whether in magazines, across town or a step out the door, have that magical sense of place when all the plants share a communal […]

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    Tablescaping helps you turn dinner into an occasion

    You can cut your own garden flowers and greenery to make a centerpiece for your table – and then keep on getting creative. “Adding nature to your table will enliven your guests’ experience as they take their place for a meal,” said Tobey Nelson, owner of Tobey Nelson Events and Design in Clinton, Washington. “A […]