Here are your morning links for Friday — enjoy!
INDOOR GROWING: Don’t let winter’s dreadful temperatures and constant snowfall keep you down. To add a bit of greenery and pizazz to your life, try growing an indoor herb garden!
If you can’t wait for spring, the bird and garden magazine Birds & Blooms put together a list of easy steps on how to add a bit of greenery to your life by growing herbs in the winter. Herbs can be used for cooking, making tea or adding to a soothing bath.
The instructions in Birds and Blooms include choosing the right location for an indoor garden, buying the right pot and soil, and preventing pests. Find the rest of the steps here.
NEW PAINT: Pratt & Lambert Paints is introducing an new self-priming paint. RedSeal Supreme Interior Self-Priming is a latex wall coating that you can use without priming walls first. RedSeal Supreme provides a smooth finish, is highly washable and exceptionally durable, according to Pratt & Lambert.
RedSeal Supreme is available in flat, eggshell and semi-gloss finishes, and can be tinted in more than 1,000 Pratt & Lambert colors. It retails for $32.99 to $40.99. For more information about Pratt & Lambert and where to purchase products, click here.
Community Forum: Join a discussion of “Property Values, Abandoned Homes, and Real Estate Recovery – What’s the Future?” at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, March 2 at First Unitarian Church of Cleveland, 21600 Shaker Blvd., Shaker Heights. Jim Rokakis, director of the Thriving Communities Institute – a program of the Western Reserve Land Conservacy — and Ward 12 Cleveland City Councilman Tony Brancatelli, will lead the discussion. Admission is free. Visit the church’s website for more information.