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5 DIY Projects To End The Summer With

As temperatures cool and the kids go back to school, you know that the end of summer has at last arrived. If you’re wondering what to do to mark the change of seasons, consider taking on one of these amazing DIY projects for the yard or home. They can help you celebrate the changing leaves [Read More]

September 04, 2015 | Author: admin | Comments: (0) | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, Home and Garden AOI, Outdoor Living

Curb Appeal Helps To Sell Homes

As you start to think about putting your home on the market, typically the list of To Dos just keeps on growing. You need to make sure the inside of the house is well lit, the paint looks fresh, and the rooms have been decluttered. However, there is one very important item missing from your [Read More]

August 12, 2015 | Author: Lauren Pond | Comments: (0) | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, Featured, Home and Garden AOI

Blanket of Snow Can Be a Good Thing for Garden

Overall, the snow cover is good for your garden. Think of the snow as mulch for your plants in addition to creating a beautiful winter scene. A thick layer of snow will serve as an excellent insulator for your plants’ soil on days and nights when temperatures are very cold, as they have been many days this winter. Without snow, the ground can freeze more deeply.

March 01, 2014 | Author: Chicago Tribune | Comments: Comments Off on Blanket of Snow Can Be a Good Thing for Garden | Categories: Home and Garden AOI

The Chicago Flower and Garden Show Returns March 15

The Chicago Flower and Garden Show, being held March 15 through 23, serves as your annual reminder that spring is right around the corner, and that snow will soon be replaced by colorful, vibrant foliage. This year’s show theme is Do Green, Do Good, offering unique and practical ideas for novice green thumbs through expert gardeners. Chicago’s [Read More]

February 27, 2014 | Author: admin | Comments: Comments Off on The Chicago Flower and Garden Show Returns March 15 | Categories: Home and Garden AOI

Time to Plant Cool-Season Crops

August might not seem like the perfect time to be sowing seed, but for some plants the timing is perfect. Just this week, I sowed seed for some of my favorite fall vegetable crops as well as for a few spring blooming biannual flowers. Cool season crops like kale, broccoli, cauliflower and carrots can all [Read More]

August 18, 2013 | Author: Chicago Tribune | Comments: Comments Off on Time to Plant Cool-Season Crops | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, Home and Garden AOI, Outdoor Living

How Does Your Garden Grow: Seven Tools You’ll Need This Spring

How does your garden grow? Well, it doesn’t. Not unless you have these essential tools for spring gardening. Here’s a list of the most important gardening tools you’ll need this spring to really get things in bloom. First, you’ve got to look the part. You’ll need to look garden chic, right? No, not that kind [Read More]

April 09, 2013 | Author: Claire Mabry | Comments: (0) | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, Home and Garden AOI, Outdoor Living

Think Chicago’s Gardening Season is Over? No Way!

Summer might be coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean you have to hang up your hoe. The Chicago Park is offering a variety of upcoming workshops for Chicago homeowners and garden enthusiasts who don’t want to be held back by colder temperatures. Where: All the workshops will be held at the Kilbourn Park [Read More]

September 15, 2010 | Author: Tracey | Comments: (0) | Categories: Events, In the City
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