Thank you for visiting Rosie On The House, the online home to Arizona's longest running weekend radio broadcast!
March 20, 2021

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

Segment 1
(Running Time)
Segment 2
(Running Time)
Segment 3
(Running Time)
Segment 4
(Running Time)

First Day Of Spring! Jay Harper has some gardening, lawn and irrigation maintenance tips!
Checking your irrigation system. Timers, sprinklers, drip heads and adjust as the sunset becomes later in the evening.
A month away from preparing for a summer lawn. TEXT question is when is the best time to dethatch and aerate the lawn?
Discussion to extend your winter lawn to around Mother's Day in June

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

Segment 1
(Running Time)
Segment 2
(Running Time)
Segment 3
(Running Time)
Segment 4
(Running Time)

Discussion of planning ahead before you plant. How do you know if your trees and plants are in the right place to not cause problems in the future? What to consider if they have outlived their landscaping purpose.
Including understanding a tree's root zone. Tree and plant roots that could grow into your home's foundation and sewer pipes.
Rosie's suggestion of what the tree or plant will look like in 20 years.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

Segment 1
(Running Time)
Segment 2
(Running Time)
Segment 3
(Running Time)
Segment 4
(Running Time)

Rosie On The House Home Maintenance Calendar reminder that you can order one at our E-Store.
CALLER: 13 year old tank water heater. Homeowner has home water softening. Technician drained it and found very little sediment but suggested the water heat be replaced. Looking for advice.
LETTER: Replacing the wood slats on outdoor gates. Wants to use redwood. What king of coating finish to use for Arizona heat?

More Information About Podcast

8am nurserynotes 2

Outdoor Living Hour – Notes from the Nursery

Rosie on the House Nursery Notes

Jay Harper will join us with Notes from the Nursery! We’ll discuss planting #SpringVegetables&FlowerGardens

newsletter line up icon 9AM

On The House Topic: Right Plant, Wrong Place

“I’ve got plants in bad places, where the swimming pool splashes and the septic tank chases the nutrients away… will it be OK?” How do you know if the plants or trees in your landscape design are in the ideal place? For example, plants that drop a lot of leaves should not be placed near pools; and never plant root vegetables over septic tanks. It will be OK! Let’s help plant the right trees and plants in the right places…

Weekly Blog Article

newsletter line up icon 10AM

Homeowner Topic: Open Home! 

Chat with Rosie & Romey! Got a Question? Call in!

DunRite LogoWeekly To-Do Topic: #WindowReplacement | Special Guest Sal Sacado of Rosie-Certified DunRite Windows & Doors joins us to discuss what your options are when it comes to replacing windows.

Event Promotion Request

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.