If you're looking for some gardening advice or a host of solutions to better your home, head to the Puyallup Home Show the first weekend...

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If you’re looking for some gardening advice or a host of solutions to better your home, head to the Puyallup Home Show the first weekend in January.

You can discuss gardening with experts Ed Hume and Ciscoe Morris or wander the rows to check out vendors and discover new ideas for home renovation and décor.

The show, which runs Jan. 5-7 at the ShowPlex on the Western Washington Fairgrounds, features products such as recycled rubber mulch, energy-efficient windows and heating systems and a solar-powered attic fan.

There is also a section devoted to antiques. Collectors will find vintage barware, slot machines from the early 1930s-’50s, toy sewing machines and more.

Fans of flight or those just looking for an unusual accent piece for their décor may want check out the collection of aeronautical supplies including propellers, airplane cigarette lighters and airplane phones.

On Jan. 6, Hume, host of “Gardening in America,” will talk about winter gardening tips and offer pointers on using color to brighten your garden.

Morris, host of “Gardening with Ciscoe,” will discuss environmentally friendly ways to garden on Jan. 7.

The show is open 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday and Jan. 6, and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 7. Admission: $7 for adults; children 17 and younger are free.

For more information, call 253-874-8711 or visit www.puyalluphomeshow.net. See the Web site for a printable coupon for a discount on admission to the show.

Nicole Tsong: ntsong@seattletimes.com