HOMES & GARDEN

Homes


Home & Garden notes: Hard-to-recycle collection on tap

Plus: Homewood Cemetery celebrates Founders Day and Friendship Hill holds a special tour.



Buying Here: Uptown

Retired architect Sam Kiss put his Uptown empire up for sale: a loft above a storefront, six commercial lots and Sir Samelot.


 

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12th Annual Great Gardens Contest


Think you've got a great garden? Show us what you've got!

One judging period remains:
• Early fall/year-round -- entry deadline is Sept. 6.

There are three categories of competition:
• Small - gardens of 2,000 square feet or less
• Medium - between 2,000 square feet and a quarter acre
• Large - gardens larger than a quarter acre

BLOGS

PG Blogs:



Gardening


While growing figs is hard, for those who do the harvest is that much sweeter

After a tough winter, first figs are Italian immigrants’ reward for hard work and preserving Old World garden traditions.



The good and bad of chicory and Queen Anne's Lace

Chicory and Queen Anne’s Lace are beautiful companions by the roadside, but these wildflowers also have many other good qualities.


 
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