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This week, get the kids to join in with the Madison Children’s Museum’s Winter Photo Contest, take a Storywalk at the Lussier Family Heritage Center, prepare your garden with University of Wisconsin Extension’s Winter Green Thumb Gardening series and more.
Boy George has spent $135,855 on a revamp of the gardens at his London mansion.
How exciting to think of a full-size tree locked up within each seed still clinging to the branches of sugar maples, hornbeams, oaks, sycamores and other trees at the end of summer.
My young trees are decked out in their winter finery: arboreal attire, perfumes and cosmetics that will protect them through the winter.
It's a farmers market in your kitchen.
If you’re looking for new, fun hobbies that won’t break the bank, Buzz60’s Justin Kircher has a few that you can try around the house.
You can’t go through the fall season without seeing, smelling, or eating something pumpkin-related. Here are 10 fascinating facts you probably…
Even one tomato plant or a window box can provide enough seeds for next year. Here's a look at the basics of seed-saving and why it’s worth the effort.
Tens of thousands of local households have participated in the program over the past 27 years, saving water, fuel and other resources and reducing stormwater runoff that contributes to water quality issues on Madison’s lakes.
Landscaping is your first and most effective line of defense to keep water from getting near your basement.
Save your joints and tackle that weeding at the same time.
One positive result of COVID-19 is that more people are outdoors and enjoying themselves in nature. I find my life has slowed down considerabl…
If you’ve never tackled landscape design before, you might be overwhelmed by all the choices. But the same principles that guide room setup inside should guide your designs outside, too. Here are seven landscape design tips to get you started. 1. Determine landscape needs and wants. Make a list of needs and wants. Do you need a play space for kids? Do you want to grow vegetables? Would your ...
If you’re considering planting a tree, the best resource we’ve seen is www.arborday.org, the website of the Arbor Day Foundation. You’ll learn everything you want to know about planting trees and can use their online guide to identify trees to plant on your property.
A few small touches are all it takes to turn a patio from a bare spot in the yard to a comfortable, private retreat from reality. These ideas can help you maximize what you already have to create a patio that you love. Find furniture you love The most common and useful amenity for a patio is furniture. It provides a place to sit, dine or otherwise enjoy the space. When choosing patio ...