Why settle for a hulking brick wall when plants, screens and other refined backyard dividers do the job with panache, says Amber Hopman, a Houzz Editorial Staff Member.  Hopman continues, Even though we love our neighbors, we all occasionally want to step outside without having to strike up a conversation.…

Recipe Thursday - Artichoke Bread

Thursday, 04 February 2016 09:24
Artichoke Bread - a great take on the classic artichoke dip for parties and Super Bowl. The artichoke bread is essentially an artichoke dip that is baked in a loaf of Italian bread until the crust of the bread is perfectly light and crispy; the dip is nice and warm and…

10 Creative Ways to Work With a Sloped Lot

Wednesday, 03 February 2016 09:14
A slanted yard may be challenging, but it also provides opportunities for beauty and fun, says Laura Gaskill a Houzz Contributor.  Gaskill continues, Steep or hilly yards can pose some of the biggest landscaping challenges, but also some of the most beautiful solutions. Make the most of your sloped lot…
Force flowering branches indoors or see if you can spy any early-flowering bulbs peeping out from the ground says Barbara Pintozzi, a Houzz Contributor.  Pintozzi continues, Great Lakes gardeners might be feeling as if winter will never end. What's a gardener to do, other than head south? Fortunately, the days…

8 Native Shrubs for Year-Round Bird Feeding

Monday, 01 February 2016 12:01
It’s not just about berries. These plants provide insects for birds and seasonal interest for gardeners, says Benjamin Vogt, a Houzz contibutor.  Vogt continues, when it comes to designing outdoor spaces, it’s easy to fall in love with perennials and trees, but too often it seems like shrubs are forgotten.…
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