Winter's tough on us all, but you may have noticed it can be particularly tough on your indoor plants. Now, why should that be? Indoor plants get to stay indoors in the winter, out of the elements, just the same as they do in the summer. And yet, each winter, you've observed brown leaf tips and leaf drop once the heat comes on.
If you've got a nice collection of indoor plants, you want them to stay healthy all year long. Here are some tips for helping them get through New England's long, cold winter.
We're all spending a little bit more time indoors this year, so there really couldn't be a better time to start that DIY home improvement project you've been thinking about. From home renovations to simple woodworking projects, DIY projects can be fun and rewarding, and now is the best time to get started.
Investing in the right toolset before you begin will save you many headaches and trips to the hardware store. Our real estate agents thought it might be helpful to provide a list of tools we think you should have handy before you begin your next DIY project: