Cold Weather

Cold Weather Will Impact Vulnerable Homeless Dallas ISD Students

By Bethany Erickson / November 14, 2018 / 0 Comments
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As Ashley Warren stood shivering outside the Fannie C. Harris Youth Center Tuesday as dignitaries and partners cut the ribbon on the first phase of the drop-in center for Dallas ISD’s homeless youth, she realized something — her office was about to get even busier than usual. Marshall is the manager of the district’s homeless […]

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Dallas Arboretum: How to Care For Plants During Cold Snaps

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / December 7, 2017 / 0 Comments

From the Dallas Arboretum With freezing weather approaching, it is important to take precautions to ensure your plants are protected from extreme weather conditions.  Following a few simple steps prescribed by Dave Forehand, Dallas Arboretum vice president of gardens, will enable your plants to survive the sometimes-harsh North Texas cold spells. 

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Want to Get Cozy By The Fire? These Homes Have Gorgeous Fireplaces That Will Ignite Your Imagination

By Joanna England / January 6, 2014 / 2 Comments

So, I’m dealing with a chest cold here in East Dallas, and I really am wishing I had a fireplace by which I could warm up my tootsies. This has lead me on a search for amazing fireplaces in Dallas. Of course, we don’t deal with a ton of cold weather, but having a good […]

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Is Your Landscape Ready For Icemaggedon? Harold Leidner Offers Tips to Weather Winter Storms

By Joanna England / December 5, 2013 / 2 Comments

With “Icemaggedon” hitting soon, and the cold weather officially upon us, it’s time to keep an eye out on protecting your plants from the freezing temperatures. We’ve asked noted landscape architect, Harold Leidner, to provide some insight and suggestions for protecting those plants from the cold temperatures. Freeze Protection Methods One of the essential freeze protection […]

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How to Protect Your Landscape From Freezing Temperatures: Harold Leidner Offers Tips to Help Your Plants Weather Winter Storms

By Joanna England / November 26, 2013 / 2 Comments

With the Thanksgiving holiday hitting this week and the cold weather officially upon us, it’s time to keep an eye out on protecting your plants from the freezing temperatures. We’ve asked noted landscape architect, Harold Leidner, to provide some insight and suggestions for protecting those plants from the cold temperatures. Freeze Protection Methods One of […]

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Note To Self: Do NOT Post Photos of Real Estate Water Damage on FaceBook or Twitter

By Candy Evans / February 14, 2011 / 26 Comments

Transparency in Real Estate, lesson #1. Oh boy, I know he meant well, but Deion Sanders, who apparently had a lot of water damage to his Frisco, Texas home last week — a home on the market for $21 million –— posted this on his Twitter account. Of course ALL¬† home damage has to be […]

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