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Feature Home: 2917 Brooks Range, Prescott
Lovely Home Available in Wonderful Prescott Lakes

Gorgeous views of Granite Mountain from the front and back yards, and pride of ownership throughout.

September 23, 2021
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As I was cleaning the kitchen floor last weekend, and looking at the grout it made me ask myself a question — what is grout?

By Sandy Griffis September 23, 2021
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For Jared Anderman, of Croton-on-Hudson, New York, switching from gasoline-powered tools to electric ones for lawn care was a no-brainer.

By KATHERINE ROTH, Associated Press September 23, 2021
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August is the hottest month in the gardens. Vegetable and flower gardeners relish in the bounty the heat and monsoon rain offers. Others long for the calm, cool autumn nights for which Arizona is so famous.

September 23, 2021
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Things are getting nutty around my garden. Literally. The squirrels have been doing a lot of nut planting, mostly black walnuts, and I’ve joined in the game by removing excess seedlings, letting just a couple of well-placed ones remain.

By LEE REICH, Associated Press September 23, 2021
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This summer, it was Leonardo DiCaprio. Then it was Green Day. A tiny museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma, dedicated to a movie classic and run by an entertainer, is drawing big names in the Heartland.

By KRISTI EATON, Associated Press September 23, 2021
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Feature Home: 5247 Sweeping Granite Way, Prescott
Granite Dells Estates model home open

The home is situated in the beautiful master-planned community of The Dells, which includes such amenities as a community center, workout room, large pool, pickleball courts, hiking trails and so much more!

September 16, 2021
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We are building a new home in Prescott Valley, and we would like advice on modular cabinets vs. custom kitchen cabinets. — Kathy & Lewis, Prescott Valley

By Sandy Griffis September 16, 2021
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As the weather and gardens transition from summer to fall, it is time to adjust your maintenance practices to ensure the health, longevity, and beauty of your landscape. Proper fall care will increase winter survival, support pollinators, and reduce your future workload.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier September 16, 2021
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You moved to the area and bought a new home. The front yard package included a tree, three shrubs and a boulder, and the back yard is a blank slate.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier September 16, 2021
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Feature Home: 6881 Claret Dr., Prescott
Model Home Leasebacks in Westwood at Deep Well Ranch

Dorn Homes has two model homes available for leaseback in Westwood at Deep Well Ranch.

September 9, 2021
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There is an ongoing funny within the industry that when an industry partner calls, I always say “hi how is my favorite landscaper,” or my favorite builder, or my favorite road guy or my favorite painter, etc.

By Sandy Griffis September 9, 2021
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The extreme heat and drought of 2021 across much of the country has turned many lawns brown. Damaged lawns may be thin, contain dead patches or are overrun with weeds.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier September 9, 2021
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Mountain gardens are famous for flamboyant autumn grasses in the landscape. This is the season you’ll find the most exotic options for the gardens. From short spreading grass to big, bold pampas grass, this is their time to shine.

By LISA WATTERS-LAIN, Special to the Courier September 9, 2021
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Is your summer a summer of drought? No need to sit back and accept what Mother Nature offers — you can soften the impact of dry weather on your garden.

By LEE REICH, Associated Press September 9, 2021
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With Katie Holmes and Lil' Kim on his front row and singer Marina on the mic high above his runway, Christian Siriano helped kicked off New York Fashion Week's first big pandemic round of in-person shows.

By LEANNE ITALIE, Associated Press September 9, 2021
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Are you searching for the very best in country living with city conveniences? This exquisite Ventura Ranch custom home, offered at $1,495,000, with panoramic mountain-and-prairie views, has it all and then some!

September 2, 2021
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With all the wet weather we have had, just wait until that “white chalky” substance will start to be seen on many of the area’s masonry walls and on homes throughout neighborhoods. So here is a little educational lesson on Efflorescence.

By Sandy Griffis September 2, 2021
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There is nothing worse than frost in the forecast and a garden full of vegetables not quite ready for picking. Use some simple strategies to extend the growing season and keep enjoying garden-fresh vegetables.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier September 2, 2021
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There are lots of vegetables that grow well through the cool autumn weather. Some plants need longer days and a bit warmer soil to really get started, but all produce through the end of the year.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier September 2, 2021
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Feature Home: 1470 Southview Drive, Prescott
Casual elegance offered at 1,097,600

This custom-built home offers awesome 180-degree views. The main-level living area features a spacious great room with fireplace and entertainment deck.

August 26, 2021
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Our column today is all about Did You Know?

By Sandy Griffis August 26, 2021
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Create a colorful year-round garden filled with flowers, greenery, colorful fruit, fall color, winter interest and a few surprises. Consider seasonal interest when planning a new garden or landscape.

By MELINDA MYERS, Special to the Courier August 26, 2021
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Trees are where your landscape value is. Plant them right, and your home value grows; get trees wrong, and they take over, lift patios and driveways, hide beautiful architecture, and more.

By KEN LAIN, Special to the Courier August 26, 2021
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Odd weather this summer has taken its toll on many gardens. For many the problem is drought, but what if it just keeps raining?

By LEE REICH, Associated Press August 26, 2021

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