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“Water” Your Resolutions for 2018?


Major New Year’s resolutions can be hard to keep, but committing to taking small steps that save water throughout the year can have a real ripple effect. As one of your 2018 resolutions, you can join the thou-sands of smart [...]


The Flower of The Year is Here: The Purple Rose


It’s official: The purple rose is Flower of the Year for 2018. There are many reasons this enchanting bloom is having its moment.   Purple Roses: Rising to the Occasion The product development team at travels the globe each [...]


A Smart Thermostat Can Be A Smart Investment


Smart thermostats have become a hot item in many American homes. Smart thermostats are Wi-Fi-enabled devices that can automatically adjust heating and cooling temperature settings for optimal climate control in your home. What makes them a smart investment is that [...]


6 Tips to Prepare Your Lawn for Winter


As days get shorter and temperatures drop, many homeowners overlook their lawns’ needs. Unfortunately, winter can be brutal and make it hard for lawns, trees and shrubs to thrive the following spring.   Just like chapped lips and dry skin, [...]


Prep Your Home For Fall


As the days get shorter and the kids go back to school, prepare for the cooler weather by getting orga-nized and completing basic maintenance. You’ll save money, time and space!   Keep It Moving After heavy summer use, clean out [...]


The Right Contractor: Key to Successful Paving Project


Concrete paver patios, walkways, driveways and pool decks, as well as outdoor fire pits and kitchens, can im-prove your family’s quality of life now and enhance your home’s curb appeal when the time comes to sell.   Choosing the right [...]


You Can Help Stop Invasive Pests


There’s good news for those who enjoy outdoor activities. By taking a few simple steps, they can help protect the environment from invasive pests and the damage they can cause. Many are surprised to learn that taking part in pastimes [...]


Pollinators: More Than Just Bees


Bees are synonymous with pollination—and for good reason. Their size, shape and physical characteristics—fuzzy bodies that so effectively collect and transport pollen—make them efficient foragers. Additionally, they are conditioned to collect ample pollen to take back to their brood, a [...]


Growing Worms for Composting


Growing worms is a fun way of getting rid of your garbage and to create black gold compost. Worm compost may be called other names, such as castings or worm poop. It sounds gross, but garbage is filtered through a [...]


Prepare Your Deck for Outdoor Entertaining Season


This year, designers are seeing a growing trend emerge among homeowners: bringing their interior design aesthetic to their outdoor spaces. “Homeowners are looking for ways to let their personalities shine throughout every room in their homes, including the outdoors,” says [...]

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