Bathroom Organization Ideas for Small Spaces

When you live in a small space, it’s important that every area be organized, functional, and attractive. The bathroom is no exception! Here are some bathroom organization ideas that will work for any space, large or small.

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Apartment Renovation: How to Do It Right

An apartment renovation can be every homeowner’s dream — and nightmare. You can create your dream home, but costs can spiral out of control. If you’re planning a renovation on your apartment, keep these tips in mind.

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Five Things You Need to Know About Selling a Condo

Thinking of selling your condo? Whether you live in the condo or own it as an investment property, if you’re ready to sell your home, it’s time to talk to a qualified real estate agent in your area.

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Not So Scary Halloween Events for North Shore Kids

Not a fan of those super-spooky haunted houses that are a Halloween staple? Not to worry. There are plenty of not so scary Halloween events on the North Shore that perfect for the whole family. Here are our favorites.

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With a little help, Houston plants can adapt to Indiana home

Q: I am moving to Indiana in late spring, and I’d like your advice on taking some of my Houston plants.
I want to move some scadoxus from the ground to pots. When should I do this? I also have potted lycoris. What will their blooming behavior be in zone 5?
I’d like to pot up a small Rangoon creeper. How should I overwinter it, and how large must a potted creeper be in order to bloom?
Dave Sherron, Houston
A: Divide and transplant/pot the scadoxus, or blood lily, when the foliage has yellowed and is dying down, as the South African bulb goes dormant for the winter.
Blood lily produces softball-size orange-red blooms on tall stems in spring in Houston-area gardens. The lance-shaped foliage appears after the flowers. …read more

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