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Real Estate Agent - Rector Hayden, Lexington, Ky
This is a place to learn and think about what makes a house a home. Buyers and sellers will find a garden will add value to their lives. A house with a working garden builds value and character and becomes a treasured home. As Lexington's Green Thumb Realtor I am dedicated to helping people discover the value of having a home with a garden.

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2012 

Raking leaves the easy way, gardening made easy in Lexington, Kentucky  Gardening in Lexington Kentucky made simple by raking leaves into a tarp and pulling them to the compost pile. I often see neighbors spending hours raking and bagging leaves. They bag the leaves and leave them on the street t...
12/18/2012
Adding Lime to the Garden and Lawn is Key for Successful Gardening Every summer I have people ask me how I am able to grow such a great garden. The soil is the key and adding a garden lime to the soil is essential. We get a lot of rain during the year here in Lexington. In fact our average rainfa...
12/18/2012
The Best Lettuce Seeds for Spring Gardening are the Romaine varieties. This is a romaine lettuce growing in my garden in Lexington Kentucky. This same variety grows well in the early spring but will bolt here in Lexington if it gets too hot. There are several reasons why the best lettuce seeds fo...
12/11/2012
Emerson Woods Subdivision, Five Year Market Report, Lexington Ky 40517 A map of Emerson Woods Subdivision, Lexington Ky 40517.   These first two graphs show homes sold and the average price. Be sure to scroll down to view the graphs that show the number of days on the market and the square footag...
12/11/2012
Beaumont Subdivision, Lexington Kentucky 40513 Beaumont Subdivision, Lexington Ky 40513 The Jubilee Team sold this home in Beaumont Reserve in 2012   The Beaumont Subdivision is subdivided into eleven areas including Beaumont Reserve, Beaumont Sanctuary, Beaumont Gardens and others. Homes range i...
12/11/2012
Row covers, Using them to extend the growing season. Row Covers, Using it to extend the growing season. I find so many gardeners that assume that vegetable gardening is mostly for the summer. About 30 years ago, I discovered row covers. Am I really that old? In the Pacific Northwest Coastal regio...
12/05/2012
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