The porcupine (Erithizon dorsatum) is fairly common in some parts of northern Arizona.
Lisa and I are very busy business owners who, because of our passion for travel and love of our out-of-state grandchildren, often seem to spend more time absent from rather than in our home.
The Prescott Area Association of Realtors announced its 2019 award winners on Oct. 25 at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds.
I love that homeowners seem to be on the energy conservation band wagon. Several homeowners have called this past week asking questions about “smart homes” and controlling our homes from a cell phone.
This upscale community features spacious lots, elegantly designed homes, and exceptional amenities, all set among Prescott’s famed Granite Dells.
From our last column the phone has been “ringing off the hook” as they say with calls and questions about CO detectors/alarms, so much so that here is column No. 2.
Arizona has many areas with abundant stone suitable for construction — you only need look at the prehistoric buildings and ruins present across wide areas of the state.
Many gardeners ask if it is necessary to rake leaves off of lawns or out of the gardens.
Britain’s political climate may be gloomy, but on the decor front the sun is shining. Young designers and established firms are crafting furniture, lighting and accessory collections that celebrate vintage patterns, tweak the traditional and offer a new take on British history.
Fresh cut flower arrangements are fleeting, but you can keep them lively longer by taking a few simple steps in selection, conditioning and nourishment.
Two of the hottest trends in home decor are sustainability and authenticity. No wonder architectural salvage shops are busy.
Last week, a homeowner called with concerns about “white dust” particles all over their home. They would vacuum and dust and, the next day, the “white dust” particles were back.
Holidays are a wonderful time to gather with friends and family, share a special meal and exchange gifts. Finding the perfect gift for those we love can be overwhelming and stressful. No need to fret; give the gift of gardening that provides seasons of joy.
A chill is in the air, so the furnace or fireplace has been back to its warming work. This is a trying time of transition for many houseplants because the heated air causes the humidity in your home to drop.
Some days, do you look around your kitchen and think about ripping it apart and starting fresh? But a full kitchen remodel isn’t in the cards? That’s no reason you can’t give your kitchen’s look and feel a little boost.
Nature abhors bare ground, and so should you. Her response to naked earth is to clothe it, a job at which many weeds excel.
You’ll find home tucked away in a forest of quiet trees and fresh pine air on a beautiful 2-acre parcel less than four minutes from downtown Prescott.
Several calls have been coming in about carbon monoxide monitors.
It’s time to select and decorate pumpkins for your Halloween display.
Many plants are hardy enough to bloom right through winter.
The term “biophilia,” an affinity for the living world, was coined back in the 1980s by American biologist and author E.O. Wilson.
Fake cobwebs and some other spooky, outdoor Halloween decorations meant as harmless fun can do real damage to wildlife.
Reliable soil testing is not expensive, and can be of great value where plant nutrition problems could be limiting production.
October is famous for its autumn colors, and some mountain plants show their bright hues better than others.