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Monthly Archives: November 2013
Traditionally wreaths are hung on front doors, but these evergreen decorations can be used in other ways during the holiday season.
With the Christmas right around the corner, we take a look at some of our most popular holiday plants.
When potted and given a partially sunny spot, amaryllis bloom easily indoors, making them popular as holiday flowers.
Martha Stewart guides you through gardening tasks for the month of December.
The poinsettia is one of the plants most commonly associated with the holiday season. Learn more about its history and the myths that surround it.
Make your own stunning planter using stones and cement.
The Christmas Cactus (Schlumbergera) has long been appreciated as a favorite houseplant for year-round beauty. As its name suggests, this beauty really shows its true colors during the Christmas season when it blooms in shades of white, pink, red, yellow, orange and purple.
Many vegetables prefer cool autumn temperatures, and my garden is still producing a bounty of these nutritious vegetables.
One of our favorite garden bloggers, Rhonda Fleming Hayes, shares her recipes for delicious, nutritious vegetable soups.
A sand-filled trough will keep small garden tools from vanishing—and keep them in good working order.
Make a beautiful centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table using seasonal produce and fresh flowers.