As I write this it is the middle of January in Seattle, and with a solid, gray blanket of clouds above, it’s hard to imagine the need to build a shade structure. However, winter is the best time to start planning those landscape and home improvement projects. By the time the hot sun is beating down in July and August, it’s too hot to build a shade structure.
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Please join us here at RealEstate.com in the coming months for a series of urban agriculture articles. If you’re not sure what urban agriculture is, just think of it as growing your own food in your backyard. We won’t tell anyone if you read our urban agriculture articles and you live in the country. We will be writing about growing your own foods, growing fruit trees, pruning grape vines, and
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Father’s Day is right around the corner, and I have been pondering what to do for my dear ole’ dad. Ever since I was a little girl, my dad has loved working in the yard and building things. His eyes would light up whenever I asked to join him so he could teach me something new. These memories got me to thinking that I could help my dad with a project as my gift to him for Father’s Day.
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Cleaning out our tool storage area took me less than 15 minutes and freed up a lot of space for me to reorganize. Spending so much time in our yard over the weekend got me thinking about ways to help you organize your garden tools. If you are in need of a garden tool storage solution, it is helpful to take note of a few key factors in order to determine which method is best for you.
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