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Photo Credit: Getty Images/ Contributor Ken Hively The sweet smell of sunscreen is among us. Summer is officially here, kids are out of school, and it’s time to re-open up your pool. There are several types of pools from aboveground, in-ground, fiberglass, vinyl lined, etc. but...
Photo Credit: Allison Lemons, WIBC They float in the air. They make holes in your homes. They are: carpenter bees. These pests are most active in May and June and can cause a lot of damage to your home over time. We’ve been doing our research and have a few ideas to help you get...
Photo Credit: Getty Images. Contributor/Victor Drachev When starting a tomato garden, whether you’re a pro or a beginner, can be a bit overwhelming. There are several types and groups of tomatoes to choose from. To help you get the best experience gardening we have a couple...
Photo Credit: Getty Images Chris Graythen / Staff To prep for race weekend and the 500 parade this Saturday, Pat and Denny attempt some Indy 500 trivia. We emphasize on the word "attempt." Consequences involved canned dog food and spoiled milk... (SPOILER ALERT: Things don't go...
Photo Credit: Getting Images Contributor/ The Washington Post I think it’s safe to say a hanging basket is something everyone enjoys. My first apartment my roommates and I adopted a basket and it was the pride and joy of our little balcony. As a kid (and still today) I love...
Photo Credit: Getty Images UniversalImagesGroup / Contributor If you plan on doing any sort of digging around the yard this summer from planting trees and shrubs, building a fence or patio deck, to installing a mailbox this one is for you. We talked to Indiana 811, a FREE call...
Photo Credit: Allison Lemons, WIBC The mother-daughter team, Two Chicks and a Hammer, Karen Laine and Mina Starsiak sat down with our Home and Garden duo Pat Sullivan and Denny Smith to talk about how they turned their hobby of transforming old rundown houses into urbanized...
Photo Credit: Getty Images, John Greim / Contributor If you’ve ever walked into a garden center and looked for ways to keep your lawn lush and green you’ve most likely been introduced to some kind of fertilizer program. However, what a lot of people forget to mention or may not...
Photo Credit: Marka/UIG via Getty Images If you notice some brown dormant mat-like patches in your grass, it might not be your grass at all. This could be a weed within your lawn, a perennial grass that can invade any lawn, known as nimblewill . Typically nimblewill will start...