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To plant, or not to plant

To plant, or not to plant

South Dakota is the land of variety, and this is especially true in the Black Hills when it comes to gardening. 

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Hooked on hydroponics

Hooked on hydroponics

Not all gardeners or farmers this spring will be digging in the dirt to grow juicy tomatoes or fresh greens. Instead they will be using a tech…

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Even pests love a garden

Even pests love a garden

Ah, the fragrance of flowers and blossoming fruit trees. You can’t wait to get out there to weed and pinch blossoms or perhaps pull up the fir…

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Hospital grows fresh herbs for cafeteria dishes

Hospital grows fresh herbs for cafeteria dishes

Scott Brinker became interested in gardening when he was just a youngster.

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Find your dream home: Parade of Homes tour offers a look at the latest in home design

Find your dream home: Parade of Homes tour offers a look at the latest in home design

Whether you’re looking to purchase a new home, build your dream home, or you just want to see what's hot in home building, you don’t want to m…

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Find hidden problems before you buy

Find hidden problems before you buy

When first-time home buyers April Mogen-Frankfort, 29, and her husband Sam Mogen-Frankfort, 30, of Hot Springs decided to purchase a home, the…

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Thinking outside the flower box: Wheelchair gardening provides opportunities

Thinking outside the flower box: Wheelchair gardening provides opportunities

For many, the joy of gardening is a rite of spring. But for those who are unable to perform the more physical chores involved with tending a g…

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Pet projects: Create special spaces for furry friends

Pet projects: Create special spaces for furry friends

Furry, feathered or finned, our animal pals are becoming more and more important to us. 

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Help at home

Help at home

Whether you’re looking for advice on a DIY project, or hoping to find the right professional to complete a job, the Black Hills Home Builders …

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Look ma, no soil! Gardening with air, water, fish fertilizer

Look ma, no soil! Gardening with air, water, fish fertilizer

Who needs soil to sow a sustainable garden? You can cultivate plants in mid-air, float them in mineral-enriched water or add nutrients for an …

March 24, 2015 9:22 am(0)

Leaks not the only sign a roof might need repair

Leaks not the only sign a roof might need repair

Editor's note: For the first day of spring, we offer a series on ways to spruce up your home and decorating trends to look forward to this year.

March 20, 2015 4:05 am(0)

Let the sun shine in: cleaning windows, window treatments

Let the sun shine in: cleaning windows, window treatments

If you're like some people (ahem) who put up window treatments and never give them a second thought, even as dust accumulates, this might just…

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Couple keeps it together: Surviving the stress of home construction

Couple keeps it together: Surviving the stress of home construction

When Nathan and Ami Larson decided to expand their west Rapid City home four years ago, the timing was all wrong.

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Bring your old apple tree back to its former glory

Bring your old apple tree back to its former glory

A neglected, overgrown, old apple tree does have charm, its gnarled, elbowed branches seemingly reaching out for a hug. The fruits, unfortunat…

March 06, 2015 3:26 am(1)

Dig into gardening in the Black Hills

Dig into gardening in the Black Hills

While gardening has been an enjoyable pastime for many people over the years, there has been a recent spike in interest.

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