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  • Holiday Decorating Tips from Down to Earth Living

    Monday, November 28th, 2016

    It happens every year… You’re hosting Thanksgiving, Christmas and/or New Years at your house. You take a look around and think to yourself— should I paint, is it time to redo the floors, should we update the guest room, resurface the cabinets.  No, No, No & NO! Don’t rush home improvements just because you have […]

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  • Koi Pond

    Tips for Starting a Koi Pond

    Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

    Some people are fortunate to have a pond in their living space. We get a lot of questions on whether or not it’s worth it to have Koi. Well, we say it is! A Koi Pond done well adds beauty to any property. There’s also something special about the way these beautiful fish gracefully swim around. Some people find tranquility in watching them.

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  • Updating your Outdoor Space on a Budget

    Tuesday, July 19th, 2016

    We all NEED a little change once in a while. So you find yourself smack dab in the middle of summer, wanting to update your outdoor living space but don’t feel like going overboard with your budget. Here are some quick, inexpensive ways to update your outdoors that will have your friends thinking you just […]

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  • 2016 Home Decor

    Trends in Outdoor Living

    Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

    As the weather turns warm and our hearts move to outdoors we begin to long for the comforting warmth of the sun. We take stock of the environment of our homes and join with others in search of the perfect backyard. To achieve our dreams we begin to realize that the outdoors is really a […]

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  • Vegetable Garden

    Garden-to-Table: Down to Earth’s Guide to Starting your own Edible Garden

    Thursday, March 31st, 2016

    At some point, most of us have had the thought, “I would love a garden with herbs and vegetables.” Usually it’s triggered by eating at a farm-to-table restaurant or watching a friend pick his or her own herb and throw it in a pot right before our eyes. Procrastinate no more. We’re going to provide […]

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  • How to Pick the Perfect Tree

    Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

    At Down to Earth, all the trees are untied and standing so that you can view the tree you are going to buy. Our experts have compiled a list of things to consider to help you pick out the perfect tree.

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  • Santa Tree

    Trimming the Perfect Tree!

    Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

    Masterful tree trimming doesn’t happen by accident! We should know. Each year, the tree decorating experts at Down to Earth Living trim a dozen trees throughout our huge Christmas showcase… and they’ve decided to share some of their secrets.

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  • Grace Knowlton

    Nature’s Eyes – Sculpture in the Garden. Exhibit and Reception

    Friday, August 28th, 2015

    September 25th – November 1st

    Down to Earth Living is pleased to host four artists whose work grows out of a symbiotic relationship with nature. Each of the artists included in the exhibition explores this interaction in his or her unique way.

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  • Fall Gardening at DTE

    Down to Earth featured in The Journal News

    Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

    Once again, Down to Earth nursery in Pomona is hosting a free exhibit of fall plantings in a garden setting that will highlight some of the prettiest and most unusual Japanese maples in its collection.

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  • Ornamental Grasses and Coneflowers

    Tina’s Garden: Combining Ornamental Grasses and Coneflowers

    Sunday, July 13th, 2014

    Tina’s Garden this week I’ve recreated part of the Highline planting with a combination of Echinacea, and ornamental grasses. It creates a gorgeous mix of texture and summer colors with the relaxed feeling of a meadow.

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  • Ultimate BBQ Chicken

    Easy July 4th Party Recipes & Tasty Summer Side Dishes

    Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

    As you might imagine, we LOVE entertaining outdoors! And with summer in full swing – and July 4th around the corner – we thought you’d like some great ideas for tasty summer party recipes! Aside from our own novice chefs, one of our favorite recipe sources is The Food Network! Here are several terrific summer recipes that […]

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  • Last Minute Father’s Day Gift Ideas

    Thursday, June 12th, 2014

    You’re super busy, we know how that goes! With Father’s Day around the corner, we thought we’d share some fun and creative ideas that don’t have anything to do with ties or socks. 🙂 Great Father’s Day Gifts from Kids a hand-made “I’ve-Got-This-Chore” coupon, good for 1, 3 or 5 redemptions (or an age appropriate […]

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    Smart Patio Furniture Maintenance & Care Tips

    Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

    There are a few simple things you can do to insure your patio furniture set looks as pristine and beautiful as the day it was delivered! Our resident outdoor furniture expert Susan shares the following helpful tips… IMPORTANT NOTE: NEVER use any wax on fabric (slings and/or cushions) and use it sparingly on heavily textured […]

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  • Easy Mother’s Day Cheesecake Recipe

    Saturday, May 10th, 2014

    We love plants and gardening and all things that make your outdoor living spaces comfy, but we also like to eat well. So many members of our staff enjoy sharing recipes here – especially when they are amazingly tasty, healthy or easy. While this Paula Deen recipe (which we’ve been making since finding it on […]

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  • Mothe & Daughter Gardening

    Happy Mother’s Day – Breakfast & Outing Ideas

    Thursday, May 8th, 2014

    Still making your Mother’s Day plans? You’re not alone! Here are some great ideas, to make this year’s Mother’s Day festivities extra memorable … Make a yummy homemade breakfast! You don’t need to be a gourmet chef to impress mom with your culinary skills. A simple stack of pancakes or a scrambled egg breakfast with a […]

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