11 unmissable deals to get

We have gathered 11 best Home Depot Presidents Day 2023 deals after the much-anticipated sale started online and in stores.

February 20 marks Presidents Day which falls on the third Monday of every February. It’s a day that honors the former leaders who have occupied the coveted role of President of the United States.

During the federal holiday, schools and government offices shut down, while retail and grocery stores offer different sales and deals.

Here are some great deals from Home Depot, from appliances to furniture and kitchen dinnerware.

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Home Depot Presidents Day sale 2023

The retail chain’s discounted items and offers kicked off online a couple of days ago to mark their annual Presidents Day sale from appliances to outdoor furniture.

We have put together 11 unmissable deals from Home Depot:

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ATLANTA, Feb. 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Home Depot® officially started the countdown to spring, launching new Special Buys of the Day, interactive workshops for DIYers of all ages, including in-store workshops for kids, and a new Countdown to Spring Hub to inspire spring projects inside and outside the home with the latest trends of the season.

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The Home Depot logo. (PRNewsFoto/The Home Depot) (PRNewsFoto/)

No matter when the spring season starts for customers across the country, experts in garden, landscape, outdoor power, cleaning, grilling and patio are ready to make the transition easy and enjoyable.

“Spring is officially here at The Home Depot, and we’re ready to help our customers tackle their home projects, whether they’re staining a deck, spring cleaning or sprucing up their home’s curb appeal,” said Jeff Kinnaird, executive vice president of merchandising for The Home Depot. “Some of our customers decide on

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Extended Presidents Day furniture sales: Wayfair, Target, West Elm

Shop the best furniture sales at Wayfair, QVC, Amazon and West Elm for Presidents Day 2023.

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Presidents Day 2023 might be all over but plenty of retailers are still offering incredible savings. Right now, you can score huge holiday discounts on stylish and functional furniture with the help of some of the best furniture sales we’ve seen this year.

Here’s the deal: Subscribe to our Perks and Rec newsletter for daily savings on all the things you want and need.

Several major brands including WayfairQVC and Macy’s are offering tons of extended Presidents Day markdowns on furniture and home decor. From stunning dining room sets to functional desks, there are plenty of hot furniture deals sure to fit any budget or home design. 

Mattress deals for Presidents Day 2023: Save on Mattress Firm, Saatva and Casper

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10 Indoor and Outdoor Herb Garden Ideas That Guarantee Fresh Basil, Parsley, and More All Year Round

One of the most rewarding aspects of having a culinary garden is getting to enjoy the fruits of your labor. From snipping off some fresh rosemary for a cocktail garnish to using home grown lavender in your flower arrangements, growing herbs is one of the most low maintenance ways to start a kitchen garden. The best part? You can grow herbs even if your square footage is limited, both inside and out. Whether you set up a windowsill growing station or plant a dedicated bed in your big backyard, our herb garden ideas will ensure you have access to fresh basil, parsley, thyme and more all year round.

Woman planting herbs in herb garden, high angle

Woman planting herbs in herb garden, high angle


Related: Your Comprehensive Guide to Starting and Cultivating a Vegetable Garden

Create a Border With Herbs

Blending form and function, herbs can be used to create beautiful edging for your

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Gardening: Don’t let your trees’ fruit go to waste

Got a fruit tree in the backyard that you don’t pick? Or raspberries and blueberries you can’t pick fast enough? If this is your challenge, its time to sign up your tree for gleaning with the Spokane Edible Tree Project.

Since 2013, the Spokane Edible Tree Project has gleaned tens of thousands of pounds of apples, pears, plums, peaches, apricots, cherries, raspberries, blueberries and other fruit from Spokane backyard trees and bushes. The fruit is donated to local food banks where it gives people the gift of fresh fruit.

To do this, SETP registers backyard fruit trees and bushes prior to the growing season. When the fruit is ripe, a crew will come and harvest it. In return, SETP asks that tree owners care for the tree. To support this, SETP also provides education opportunities for tree owners and the wider community on how to care for their plants while

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3 things Mason bees need to flourish, and to give a boost to your garden

MASON BEES ARE SMALL. They don’t look like what we think a bee should look like and in fact more closely resemble a fly, although some are an attractive metallic greenish-blue. While they might live and nest in proximity to others, most native bees, including the blue orchard Mason bee, are loners. Solitary by nature, each female Mason bee forages for food, prepares a nesting environment and lays eggs all on her own.

Independent, adaptable and resilient, Mason bees emerge from their cocoons at the first hint of warmth in spring and fly in wet and windy weather, conditions that keep other bees grounded. It’s in the best interest of gardeners, farmers and anyone who eats to support this early-season pollinator.

Plotting our gardens to provide pollinator habitat is an important link in an ecological chain that connects growing spaces into a whole that’s much larger than any single garden.

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The Mint List fits out London office with mid-century-style movable furniture

Bespoke furniture with a mid-century feel can be rearranged to alter the use of this office space in north London, which interior design studio The Mint List has created for a music management company.

Camilla Kelly of The Mint List designed the headquarters for management company Everybody’s, which recently upgraded to larger premises on the ground floor of a former shipping depot.

Office space with dark wood desks, wall panelling and a yellow sofa in office interior by The Mint List
Everybody’s office is located in a former shipping depot

Architect Duncan Woodburn developed plans to reconfigure the large, light-filled unit as an open-plan workspace including a high-ceilinged entrance along with a kitchen and dining area.

For the interior scheme, Kelly worked closely with Lucy Tudhope of Everybody’s, ensuring the focus was on retaining the building’s existing character and creating a flexible workspace with a midcentury feel.

Flexible office space with white walls and floors, decorated with dark wood midcentury furniture
The Mint List designed custom joinery to divvy up the interior

“We wanted to ensure that we respected the modernist nature

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Bats, soil health and Indian River Lagoon main topics for garden seminar

Would you like to learn the latest information about the efforts being done to help the Indian River Lagoon?

Have you heard about our Brevard County Keystone species, how to improve soil health, and the most important reason to compost?

Are you interested in finding out about bats in your Florida backyard?

And one last question: Would you like to learn about solutions for erosion and runoff?

If you said yes to any or all these questions, hopefully, you don’t have anything planned between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, March 25.

Our annual Florida-Friendly Landscaping Seminar will be at the Eau Gallie Civic Center that morning. There will be vendors selling native plants and gardening supplies, along with educational booths. The vendors will be setting up early for those who are early risers.

This year, the seminar will begin with Kathy Hill of the Indian River Lagoon National Estuary

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The Best Kitchen Cabinet Brands, According to Home Renovation Pros

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Cabinets are often the biggest-ticket item in a kitchen remodel, accounting for up to 40% of the total cost — and that makes sense, considering their impact on the look and functionality of any kitchen, not to mention the fact that they tend to hang around for decades.

“Kitchen cabinets aren’t something you replace readily, like a light fixture or coat of paint, so it pays to invest as much as your budget allows to end up with units that you love and that meet your needs,” says Rozit Arditi, owner of Arditi Design, a full-service residential interior design studio based in New York City.

The good news is that kitchen cabinet manufacturers carry a diverse array of product lines to serve a wide

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How the warm winter effects your home gardens

With unseasonable temperatures yet again this week, I wondered what the effects would be if this continued until spring. We’ve got a while to go and we may still have some normal temperatures and precipitation. However, the weather projection through the end of the month is for warmer than usual conditions.

So, what can we expect? Realistically, there isn’t much we can do. We can watch for a few problems.

Insects: A warm winter usually means more insects and their eggs will survive, resulting in a buggy spring. This will be lessened if we have a string of very cold days. Mosquitoes may emerge earlier.

Ticks: Anytime temperatures approach 50°F, ticks become active. So, go through the tick prevention routine when you go out: Use repellents, sprays, lotions and treated clothing. Wear long pants and sleeves, pick light colors. The lighter colors make it easier to see ticks.

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