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April 10, 2021

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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John Eisenhower discusses the Tree Of The Month:  The ocotillo!   Iconic plant in the Southwest popular in landscapes.  Blooms in April.  John explains why its a tree, not a cactus.

Blooms where water is available.  Explains how ocotillo sustains itself in dry periods.

Discussion of reducing pruning shrubs and decideous trees before summer heat.  The one tree you can prune in the summer.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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We talk about our Rosie On The House You Tube Channel.  And one of the most viewed tip on fixing an interior door that won't stay open or closed.

A listener asks about a vinyl protectant mentioned on a previous show:  303 Marine Aerospace Protectant.

Followup on the architecture of places of worship, Romey discusses the incredible Las Lajas Shrine in the country of Columbia.

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Outdoor Living Hour: Talking Trees

Integrity SAVATree

John Eisenhower of Integrity SavATree joins us! We’ll be talking about #TimeToAddPlants and the Tree of the Month: #Ocotillo

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On the House Hour: Eco-Friendly Homes Go Beyond The Recycling Bin

A recurring theme is the homeowners’ desire for sustainable, compact floor plans ranging from 800-1500 sq. ft. with healthy home features and streamlined digital connectivity. The classic principles of “reduce, reuse, recycle,” continue to be incorporated in the design of the home, its features, and amenities to promote eco-friendliness…

WEEKLY BLOG

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Homeowner Topic: Open Home!

Weekly To-Do: #CabinetLighting | Lights! Cabinet! Action! If you are having trouble locating rarely used dishware or nearly slice your fingers during food prep, lack of light may be the problem. Shadows cast by upper cabinets can make precision countertop tasks such as slicing and dicing, well.. dicey! Let’s change that.

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