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In 2008, David Brough, left, and brother Mark began buying homes in foreclosure and refurbishing them for resale, turning vacant eyesores into highly sought properties. One example: 4420 Pembroke Lane in the Southwood Park neighborhood.
On HGTV, Drew and Jonathan Scott are the "Property Brothers," twins who bring vacant and neglected houses back from the dead.
So what's happening with foreclosures in the Fort Wayne area?
This April 20, 2010 photo provided by Colorblends shows a collection of Tulipa tarda, a stellar repeat bloomer when planted in full sun and well-drained soil, in Atlantic Beach, New York. The tarda variety grows about five inches high and blooms in mid-spring through USDA Zones 3-7. It is native to the Tien Shan Mountains bordering Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and China.
Maybe it's time to rethink the way we landscape using tulips.
Q: I bought a hibiscus plant this year and have it in a container on the patio. This plant has bloomed all summer and is so beautiful, but I need to know how to care for it now that the weather is getting cooler.      More..
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