Connie Nelson

Senior editor | Lifestyle
Phone: 612-673-7087
Connie Nelson is the Senior Editor for features coverage at the StarTribune. During the growing season, she produces how-to videos and is part of the Greengirls and Homegirls blogs.

Recent content from Connie Nelson

Once-shunned heirloom finds itself back in the family

Kathryn Koutsky's grandfather died when she was young, so she remembers little about the reticent Swedish-born carpenter beyond being bounced...

Updated: June 22, 2004, - 11:00 PM

Sight of rose's beauty bred lasting career

Ping Lim grew up in Laos, surrounded by hibiscus and bougainvillea. But it was a rose that changed his...

Updated: June 15, 2004, - 11:00 PM

Home & Garden: White castle

Andrew Flesher's downtown Minneapolis loft is a study in color: white.From the high-gloss epoxy floors to the painted concrete ceiling,...

Updated: May 25, 2004, - 11:00 PM

Azaleas ablaze with glory

Everyone has a spring chore that they dread. Removing the winter mulch, cutting back last year's dead stalks, raking away...

Updated: May 25, 2004, - 11:00 PM

What's hot and what's not for gardening in 2004

GROWING IN VOGUEIn the world of fashion, fads come almost as quickly as they go. And while few of us...

Updated: December 30, 2003, - 10:00 PM

What's hot and what's not for gardening in 2004

GROWING IN VOGUEIn the world of fashion, fads come almost as quickly as they go. And while few of us...

Updated: December 30, 2003, - 10:00 PM

Home & Garden: 21 tips for the perfect party

You've successfully avoided it for years -- hosting the family Christmas dinner, the New Year's brunch for book club, the...

Updated: December 09, 2003, - 10:00 PM

Home & Garden: Little cube on the prairie

Stephanie Arado had big ideas for the little cabin she wanted to build on her land near Lake Pepin. It...

Updated: September 02, 2003, - 11:00 PM

Plant picks

Sure, you want to try something new in your garden this year, but there's a bewildering number of plants to...

Updated: May 06, 2003, - 11:00 PM

Botanical arts are back in style

Marilyn Garber had to go it alone. Nearly 20 years ago, when she first got interested in doing lifelike drawings...

Updated: January 08, 2003, - 10:00 PM

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