Edibles from China, Korea and other East Asian countries are having a moment in the U.S., for good reason.

Baker Creek's China Snake gourd with lemongrass and butterfly pea (Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds/ RareSeeds.com)

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Adrian Higgins took questions on gardening.

The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.


Some rules of thumb for first-time buyers.

For cleanliness and a luxury experience, one small fixture can make a big difference.

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It is a feverishly busy, confused month that at our latitude doesn’t know whether it’s spring or summer.

The risk of doing further damage may outweigh the potential benefits.

The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

Edibles from China, Korea and other East Asian countries are having a moment in the U.S., for good reason.

How to donate to organizations that actually need the items that no longer give you joy.

It isn’t a popular chore, but the product is still a staple in most households.

Household products can remove the rust and restore the luster.

The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

How to spruce up your apartment without busting your bank account.

Retailers are targeting eco-conscious millennials with a growing number of products. We asked fans what the big deal is.

An army of experts, online tools and apps have popped up to help consumers curate artwork — and get over their fear of hammering holes in their walls.

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When things start stacking up along the walls, it’s time to take action.

It’s not just refinishing, you’ll have to re-stain it too.

For more than 40 years, the must-see event for design enthusiasts has raised money for after-school and enrichment programs in New York City.

The Washington Post hosts a live chat on home and design every week.

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