FEBRUARY 10, 1997

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Dining In: Breakfast for your Valentine

Gardening: Feeding, techniques for spring fertilization

gardening Even with the wild weather this winter, landscape plants have begun to revive slowly and leaf buds are swelling with new life. Spring, as plants move into active growth, is the ideal time to add plant nutrients in the form of various fertilizers.

Local businesses exhibit at Home Show

Seattle Home Show The Seattle Home Show, February 15-23, might be renamed the Woodinville Home Show, since so many local companies are participating. The floor of the Kingdome and attached pavilion becomes a Mecca for the do-it-yourselfer and others looking to improve their homes.

A rose is a rose

roses Roses can be described as the Rolls Royce of flowers, but where do they come from this time of year when red roses are a hot seller for Valentine's Day? Pam and Bob Maule of Woodinville know. This week, they will deliver 240,000 fresh stems throughout the United States.

Tips for family fun on a rainy day

rainy day fun If there's rain in your forecast, follow these tips to brighten up your child's day.

Flower and Garden winners

winners Molbak's, Berg's Landscaping, and Judy Thomas Floral Design, all of Woodinville, were award winners at the 1997 Northwest Flower and Garden Show.

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