For 2022, holiday palettes are more creative than ever. Kate Jones, the owner of Ralph Jones Display, offers designs and ideas to express individual styles.
Fixing a damaged concrete step is surprisingly easy. You probably have some of the necessary tools, so you will only need to buy, rent or borrow a few specialty tools.
A deep watering once a week in the winter should be all that is necessary for sago palms in most soils and locations except the hottest.
Homeowners often think a backyard that’s great for entertaining requires a pool. That’s not really the case, landscape and backyard design pros say.
Yellowing of bottle brush leaves oftentimes occurs when the soil is low in nutrients and organic matter content. Fix yellowing leaves by applying a landscape fertilizer every year in the spring and combine it with an annual application of chelated iron.
Towel bars usually come loose because the hole in the drywall becomes elongated and enlarged, and the screw and anchor pop out of the wall. Fortunately, there is a quick and inexpensive answer.
Big trees use quite a bit of water. The cost of watering these trees must be balanced with the need for cooling.
With the holidays rapidly approaching, local designers expressed their thoughts about seasonal tablescapes.
The Extension Botanic Gardens feature more than 1,500 species of plants, including many found nowhere else in the Las Vegas Valley.
In our Mojave Desert environment, most artificial grasses get over 165 degrees any time when in full sunlight and air temperatures are over 100 degrees.
The average clogged sink can be cleared very quickly, but be forewarned: It’s a messy job.
Tree roots are lazy. They grow best where water is easiest to get. And tree roots absolutely love fertilizer.
The toilet is running because either water is running in the toilet or water is running out. You need to replace the fill valve and/or the flapper.
In the hot desert, loss of shade from an irrigation problem leads to attacks by borers.
Q: I planted a sweet lavender plant last year and it grew great until this August and then suddenly died. It was getting about 2 gallons per watering via two emitters. I would like to replace it with another lavender. It gets morning sun and afternoon shade. What variety of lavender would you recommend we try?