You can see and feel the change of seasons.
MABTON – In a day and age when going to the store to buy salsa is the norm, Linda Cussins of Mabton and Connie Peacock of Grandview are busy making their spicy condiment, thanks to the fresh bounty of their back yard gardens.
What started as a simple project to break up a 20 percent incline in his Upland Drive back yard has become an attractive 40-foot curved retaining wall complete with a 4-foot tall cedar privacy screen.
Warm weather, continued care and robust plants have yielded a bounty of beautiful, fresh vegetables - and personal satisfaction - from your garden this season.
(HIT) - Whether you’re making a fast trip to the store or leaving on a two-week vacation, are you confident that locking your doors is enough to keep your home safe and secure?
PROSSER – The dog days of summer make it just too hot to go outside and care for the garden and lawn.
Create a back yard escape with the help of container gardens.
Most people might not choose a color scheme of pink and bright orange as a landscape palette, but Sunnyside’s Dick Berk of Merrick Avenue has made the color combination work for him for years.
The time is approaching once again for Sunnyside’s flower brigade to maintain hanging flower baskets downtown.
STATEPOINT – Looking to add value to your home and make it more sellable in the future?
STATEPOINT–Looking for a home improvement project that is both a short- and long-term investment?
FAMILY FEATURES – The lawn is the backdrop to the home and essential to curb appeal. While keeping a healthy lawn may seem straightforward (mow, water, fertilize, etc.), don’t be fooled by some common lawn care myths.
Saturday is not a day to work, it’s a day to play in the yard, according to customers who shop at Sunnyside’s Ace Hardware Store.
Don’t let a busy schedule stop you from creating a beautiful landscape. Incorporate a few of these changes in your fall landscape care.