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Monthly Archives: December 2013
One of our favorite guest garden bloggers, Lucy Mercer, tells us how to turn kitchen scraps into new plants and shares a delicious recipe for guacamole.
Pure maple syrup adds richness to this medley of winter root vegetables.
You’ll love our family-friendly holiday beverages infused with garden-fresh herbs!
What are your favorite garden tools?
We all know that tropical houseplants are beautiful, but did you know they could save your life? A report by the World Health Organization in
Lift your winter spirits with an arrangement of forced paperwhite blooms.
Guest blogger Diane LaSauce shows us how to make delicious pesto from kale, a “superfood” packed with nutrients.
Keep these native fruits in view by using them as a flower frog instead of pebbles or marbles.
Are you giving anything from your garden as gifts this year?
Embellish a simple cedar wreath with tiny bells, sprigs of golden cedar, and a matching satin bow.
Robin Plaskoff Horton Robin Plaskoff Horton’s award-winning and Webby-nominated blog, Urban Gardens, is a lifestyle story told from the ground up. A mix of urban