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Endless Views, 700 acres and YOU! Large lots for your custom home. There’s no place like Prescott.

February 22, 2024
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Oh my gosh. I did a “thing.” No, I did not get a tattoo — I already have one. No, I did not purchase a new car — I love my SUV. No, I did not dye my hair blue — that would be a dye mixing experience, and with my red hair I would be purple. I had my tile and grout cleaned.

By Sandy Griffis February 22, 2024
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Serious gardeners are in the garden on the first warm day of spring. While there is no harm in cleaning up fallen branches and debris, wait until the soil is no longer wet enough to form a ball in your hand before walking on it and compacting.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier February 22, 2024
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Whether you enjoy tomatoes sliced, sauced, or cooked in your favorite recipe, they taste best when grown and harvested from your garden or container. With more than 10,000 varieties available it can be difficult to select the best ones to grow in your garden.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier February 22, 2024
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I planted my first peach tree last June, five months before Pantone named Peach Fuzz the 2024 color of the year. How serendipitous!

By JESSICA DAMIANO, Associated Press February 22, 2024
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This 3,610 square-foot custom ranchette is simply a must-see to appreciate – top-of-the-line everything!

By Gorgeous custom ranchette in Williamson Valley offered at $1,345,000. February 15, 2024
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I agree, lifting 50-pound bags of snow melt is not fun. Last week I heard about a snow-melt system and come to find out, we have several that have been installed in Prescott by Vicente Landscaping.

February 15, 2024
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Evergreen shrubs with fragrant spring flowers are timeless favorites when creating a vibrant and inviting garden landscape. These local favorites provide year-round foliage, and burst into captivating blooms when spring arrives, infusing the air with their delightful scents.

By KEN LAIN Special to the Courier February 15, 2024
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Keep your green thumb in shape this winter while getting a jump on the growing season by starting your favorite or hard-to-find plants indoors.

By MELINDA MYERS Special to the Courier February 15, 2024
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Growing a lush lawn in the desert can feel like a losing battle. With the proper care, the warm-season Bermuda, zoysia and bahia grasses can hold up fairly well during summer, but when the weather cools enough to actually enjoy those lawns, they transform into a dormant carpet of straw.

By JESSICA DAMIANO Associated Press February 15, 2024
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Feature Home: 744 Woodridge Lane, Prescott
Premier Home in Hassayampa Village

Boasting unparalleled quality, workmanship and amazing long distance views! Located within the main gate of Capital Canyon Golf Club, one of Arizona’s top rated private gated golf course communities.

February 8, 2024
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The lyrics from the classic 1945 melody, “Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!” romanticize the magic of soft, white flakes that glisten as they fall across the landscape.

By Sandy Griffis February 8, 2024
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Our local USDA garden zone is 7 with a definite influence from zone 8. This defines our area as mild, with a distinct winter of nightly freezing temperatures. The secret when buying plants is to look for those that grow in zones 7 and lower.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier February 8, 2024
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Chocolates and roses are synonymous with Valentine’s Day. They are always a welcome gift, but maybe this is the year you decide to give your Valentine something different.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier February 8, 2024
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I've had just about enough of winter and am itching to get my hands dirty. I can't do that yet in my New York garden, but I have been distracting myself by growing microgreens and dwarf strawberries on the kitchen counter.

By JESSICA DAMIANO, Associated Press February 8, 2024

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