Transition your interior décor when temperatures drop. It’s a great time to tap into your creativity and make a statement. Here are some ideas – big and small – to freshen up your home this season.
Seasonal pumpkin cabbage and kale combine to create a welcome salute to autumn.
Tour homes this month
This year’s Central Washington Home Builders Association Tour of Homes featured two lower valley residences filled with modern custom detailing.
Read lease before signing
Renters may be free of some of the concerns and responsibilities of homeownership, but there are a few considerations they should make for financial security and greater peace of mind:
This time last year, the trellised garden in her backyard was buckling under the weight of growing produce.
Too much or not enough water and never when you need it seems to be a common lament of gardeners.
A gardening class for the whole family is offered by the Benton-Franklin Extension’s Master Gardening program.
Most anything that will hold dirt and water can be transformed into a container garden.
Once abandoned in favor of modern land yachts, the pudgy little camp trailer is making a comeback.
Most people think of the Washington State University Extension program as it relates to Master Gardener programs or youth organizations, such as 4-H.
The Arboretum is offering valley gardeners two chances to peep over the garden wall as part of its 2016 Garden Tour.
Raised beds allow you to overcome poor soil by creating the ideal growing mix, plus make gardening time more comfortable thanks to less bending and kneeling.
A day of photographing nature is the theme of a Saturday workshop being offered for children and adults at the Yakima Area Arboretum.
Residents are being encouraged to “peek over the fences” June 18-19 during the Yakima Area Arboretum’s 2016 Garden Tour.
The city’s annual spring cleanup is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.