Kier Holmes, Freelance Writer

Kier Holmes

Kier is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.

The founder and CEO of Olbali is now taking over the coffee industry with Cool Coffee Clique.
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We asked Summer and Kam Johnson, founders of Zach and Zoe Sweet Bee Farm, for their expertise on reaping the benefits of homegrown honey.
You can have success with flowering bulbs even in cold climates.
The recipe calls for two simple ingredients.
If you're about to undergo a home renovation, tap into her network of contractors.
These tough indoor plant varieties can fend for themselves for days, sometimes weeks, at a time.
Rare air plants, succulent, cacti, and chic pottery—it's all found at her neighborhood nursery in San Francisco, California.
Discover more than 750 species that delicately flutter through the air, coast to coast, across the country.
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A few steps bring the luxuries of inside to the outdoors.
This founder and interior designer shares her advice for getting a business off the ground.
It's more than just a dip in a cool pool.
"I love making a piece look and feel like it's dressed."
Keep your dog's habits and character in mind when creating your outdoor space.
And no, going grain-free isn't the answer.
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One of nature's treasures should be appreciated but not taken, says our avian ecologist.
Tap into a technique used by veterinarians, zoo personnel, and animal shelter workers.
Three people who did it share what's needed to get one off the ground.
More than the value of a warming snuggle, pets improve our happiness and heath.
A crisp, white blanket of glistening snow may be aesthetically arresting, but the winter storm that brings it can be detrimental to your home and garden. With proper preparation, you can preserve most of your plants. Here are some helpful tips to keep your residence in good shape throughout the winter.
An ornithologist explains the best proven method for eliminating bacteria and mold.
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These falling stars of the plant world could become extinct.
In short, yes—several helpful creatures can actually fight the harmful ones.
Spring is the season to appreciate lush flora, and flowering perennials are the perfect pick for a spectacular show. Read on for a number of our favorite perennials, which grow prolifically beginning in March.