One quite common houseplant pest that I just noticed on those lovely variegated ivies I am overwintering is the spider mite.
How many of us DIYers are willing to tackle almost anything when it comes to building, repairing, decorating and the like, but recoil from the specter of a non-functioning appliance?
Changing trends in the automotive world are often indicators of the changing nature of American lifestyles.
This week’s review auto is hauling a few surprises, starting with a very interesting sales statistic.
Now that the growing season is over, do you still find yourself ready to dash out to the garden for some chives, basil or a sprig of thyme, only to lament their loss to the cold weather?
Car companies are international entities, and the changing nature of ownership – along with different safety, environmental and other regulations – can all be influential as to whether
Where do you spend the most time in your home?
With all the stress the domestic auto companies have endured the last few years, they’ve managed to not only survive the storm and improve their financial situations, but they have also been
Looking for a last-minute gift for the gardener on your list? Actually, I find fellow gardeners pretty easy to buy for. There’s always something they can use.
Automobile names are always entertaining, in that a lot tends to go into their selection before they literally become cast in metal (or plastic) and placed on a new vehicle.
In many homes, the man of the house is usually the do-it-yourself handyman that takes charge of all the building, re-building, modifications and repairs.
Now with “Black” Friday, “Cyber” Monday and “Oh, I have to pay for shipping again?” Tuesday behind us, you might be wondering where to find the latest bargain.
If you are looking for a no-fail, spectacular show of winter color, the amaryllis cannot be beat. Getting the dormant bulbs to bloom is a simple matter.
While it’s getting harder and harder for manufacturers to distinguish themselves from the pack, some are managing to do it.
As we make the transition from enjoying abundance at Thanksgiving into the winter months ahead, it's difficult to move right into planning for the next spring and summer.
Compromise. It’s such a pain, and yet it’s an integral part of our lives.
The heavy, wet snow we got last month did take its toll on trees and shrubs, especially those which had not lost their leaves yet.
In the automotive world, it’s a challenge to keep up with all the engineering changes taking place.
You're already shopping for your Thanksgiving turkey. Then it's “Black Friday,” and you'll be in the stores in a shopping frenzy.
New England has already gotten a major taste of wintry weather, with snow and freezing temperatures making a record-breaking early appearance.