Home and Garden

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HG: Homegrown Column March 07, 2009

By Dennis Hill

Can I trim my roses back at this time of year? I did not get to it in the late fall, and they are about 8 feet tall. Also, can I start planting seeds or is it still too early? Thanks. — Molly Actually, you’re better off ...

LS: Art of Quilting Column March 01, 2009

By Sherida Warner

Let’s just say Barbara Brackman knows a photo opportunity when she sees one. The well-known quilt historian told me recently that she has always wanted to paint on an artist’s canvas. “But I really don’t have the ...

LS: Your Town Column March 01, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

In like a lion and out like a lamb? Traditionally, March is supposed to blow its way onto the calendar pages, wreaking havoc in the back yard with the fall leaves that didn’t get raked before the first snow; however weather forecasts ...

HG: Homegrown Column February 28, 2009

By Dennis Hill

Do you use dormant sprays on peach, apricot and apple trees? Thank you for your time. — Jerry Dormant sprays are something most everyone with fruit trees should use. It’s just cheap insurance. A dormant spray is simply a ...

HG: SustainAbility Column February 28, 2009

By Adele Israel

Home improvement resources I’m sure my husband and I aren’t the only ones trying to figure out how to make an old house more energy efficient. New opportunities are cropping up daily for incentives, rebates, low and no-interest ...

Briefs: Home and Garden February 28, 2009

By Staff

Home expo comes to convention center •  More than 140 exhibitors will fill Two Rivers Convention Center, 159 Main St., for the 2009 Home Improvement and Remodeling Expo. The expo hours are 2–7 p.m. March 6, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. ...

HG: Annie Payne Column February 28, 2009

By Annie Payne

My mom celebrated her umpteenth birthday this week. She is a better woman than me in every way imaginable. Her house is always cleaner than mine and not because she is a retiree. She had a clean home even when her four children lived with ...


By Carrie Marfitano

Whether you’re planting vegetables for the first time or expanding a seasoned plot, preparing your soil is an essential step. “If you can put organic material into your soil to prepare that soil for planting, your plants will ...

LS: Art of Quilting Column February 22, 2009

By Sherida Warner

A trip to Arches National Park near Moab, Utah, would not be complete without a visit to its most famous icon, Delicate Arch. One of the most photographed natural rock formations in the United States, the arch has been adopted as the state ...

Harvesting savings

By Carrie Marfitano

Nurseries around the Grand Valley plan to have you eating your home-grown vegetables this summer. The faltering economy makes growing vegetables and herbs attractive to the pocketbook-conscious and green-thumbed consumer. Several local ...

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