The first two Joslyn Castle Unlocked events sold out immediately, and three others planned this month and next are already filled. But another one is planned for December, and others next year, providing a chance to join the special tours at the historic Scottish Baronial mansion on a hilltop at 39th and Davenport Streets.
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Don Wesely toured it that morning, all six bedrooms, six bathrooms, indoor-outdoor waterfalls and granite-countered laundry room. More than 4,000 square feet. “It was more than fine,” he said. “It was amazing.”
Although it’s not as simple as just sticking a plant in untouched earth, it’s fairly easy and doesn’t involve backbreaking labor. Best of all, it’s a great way to produce healthy soil, improve the environment and grow a sustainable garden.
A nursery is a very unique space because it is as much for the caretakers as it is for the baby. To make decorating a little easier for expecting parents, Lisa Janvrin, owner of YouthfulNest, shares her favorite thrift, consignment, salvage, antique and boutique haunts around Omaha.
Well-worn never goes out of style. Here's how to make it all yours.
After $65,000 in donations and months of work from Nebraska’s top art conservator, the mural was unveiled Thursday at the downtown library.
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There is nothing quite like it, giving the garden a cloud-like appearance of blue flowers about 3 feet tall and borne on a stiff stick rising out of the soil.
Sometime in June, the first big, beautiful head of broccoli is ready to cut. But the harvest doesn’t stop there. Although no broccoli plant will produce a second head as large as the first, smaller side shoots will continue throughout the growing season.
New census data put Sarpy in the top 100 counties for percentage growth of housing units from 2010 to 2015. During the first half of the decade, Sarpy added about 5,200 dwellings.
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Both gardens, which merge into one at the property line, will be featured on the Munroe-Meyer Guild’s 48th Garden Walk, to be held Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at seven Papillion gardens.
The incorporation of warming features into outdoor spaces is one of the hottest trends for 2016. From tiki torches to fireplaces, products that lend physical and ambient warmth will be in high demand.
Pick a dainty floral print or go big and bold with tropical style. Feeling adventurous? Stray from the garden path in an eye-catching cutout or an off-the-shoulder look that’s equally fresh and modern. And just for fun, give your lips a smack of lilac or violet, and watch as summer flowers!
I scream, you scream, we all … you know how the rest of the chant goes. When it comes to ice cream, the majority of us are like big kids, ready to chase down the ice cream truck and add extra chocolate sauce to our hot fudge sundaes.
I do savor the chance to roam the garden and woods in early summer to see what blooms cry out for a way to get from the field to my table, Chad Lebo writes.
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