HOME & GARDEN JULY EDITION
JULY 12 & 17, 2005
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Page 1 - Mixing materials for stylish kitchen surfaces; Container gardens hold great appeal to a variety of gardeners; What's Inside
Garden Goods Landscaping - Design, Installation, Irrigation
Page 2 - Tips for the height of summer; TC Friendly Garden Club's annual walk July 21; Advertising Index
The Concrete Service, Inc.
Page 3 - Outdoor care, while you are gone; New ways to sell your old stuff
Comfort Center; DeWeese Hardware
Page 4 - Not too late in the season for an irrigation system; Clean, don't paint siding
Max's Service; Four Seasons Sunrooms; Steuer Excavating
Page 5 - Eradicate weeds from your garden; Bathroom decor can be fun; Fighting mold: Prevention is key to eliminating rot from home
Source Julien; Ferguson's Lawn Equipment; Michigan Gutters
Page 6 - Seasonal sales offer big savings; High-end grills for outdoor kitchens
Cherryland Electric; Summer Place Casuals; Dobias Landscaping & Garden Center; Dirty Deeds
Page 7 - When planning landscape, leave no stone unturned; Mixing - from page 1; Container - from page 1
Comfort Center Furniture Tent Sale; Advanced Awnings; Silver Leaf Sawmill; Robinson's Scenic Gardens
Page 8 - Getting caught up with your gardening chores
Fireside Hearth & Leisure; Blue Star Landscape Supply; Four Season Nursery; Flower Power Garden Shop