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Grow Like a Pro: 11 Award-Winning Plants and Products for Foolproof Gardens

(BPT) - A new year means a new garden! It's time to start thinking of what you’ll cultivate indoors and outdoors in 2024. Whether large or small, in sun or shade, there are many choices of …

Don't know how to use your front and side yards? Hardscape features can make you love your whole outdoor space

(BPT) - Do you spend most of your time and energy focusing on your backyard for outdoor living? Most homeowners do, leaving the untapped potential of front and side yards unnoticed. What if you could …

How to create an age-friendly outdoor space you'll love for years to come

(BPT) - If you or a loved one are planning on making improvements to your home to help you age in place comfortably and safely, you're probably focusing your attention on areas inside the home. But …

Urban agriculture isn't as climate-friendly as it seems – but these best practices can transform gardens and city farms

Urban agriculture is expected to be an important feature of 21st century sustainability and can have many benefits for communities and cities, including providing fresh produce in neighborhoods with few other options. …

Rocket Homes examined the Trust for Public Land's 2023 ParkScore Index to see which cities have the most public outdoor space for residents.

Rocket Homes examined the Trust for Public Land's 2023 ParkScore Index to see which cities have the most public outdoor space for residents.
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(BPT) - If you love your outdoor space — but aren't crazy about weeding, watering and mulching — you'll be glad to know there are simple ways to minimize maintenance of your yard and …
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The presidential candidate raising the most from individual donations in each state
Stacker analyzed campaign finance data from the Federal Election Commission to see which presidential candidates raised the most money in 2023.
Police give more speeding tickets to Black, Hispanic, and AAPI rideshare drivers than white ones, data shows
Lyft digs into its own data on the frequency with which rideshare drivers are ticketed and discovered that Black, Hispanic, and AAPI drivers are not only being ticketed more, but paying more in fines as well.
The history of daylight saving time—and why some are advocating for its end
Stacker turned back the clock to investigate the history behind daylight saving time—and why some people argue it shouldn't exist anymore.
'A bunch of dead robots': How freezing temps turned Tesla charging stations into EV graveyards
In the wake of several reports of electric vehicles not functioning or charging properly in cold weather, Way.com looks into what underlies Tesla's deep freeze trouble.
Dating in Canada: The 3-date rule and 3 ideas for a budget-conscious good time
Money.ca digs into dating Canadian-style to reinforce the 3-date rule, along with three ideas for a budget-conscious good time.

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