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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Cold winter and early spring months are the perfect time to start getting your gardening tools and pots ready for the season to come. Follow
Try this bright and cheery soup on a cold winter day.
You can create more plants by propagating the ones you have with two different techniques: root cutting and air layering.
Pair these spring blooms with unusual leaves to make beautiful one-of-a-kind arrangements for your home.
Do you have birds visiting your garden?
Here’s an easy way to give new life to old terra-cotta pots you have around the shed: Paint them with coordinating stripes.
More commonly referred to as celery root, celeriac really is the ugly duckling of the vegetable world.
Changing the look of your landscape can be a daunting prospect. With a little preparation, though, you can set the stage for success.
What new varieties are you looking forward to growing this season?
Poached egg gives this hearty winter soup its richness.
Even when the holidays are over, this arrangement can extend the season’s charms.