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collection of recycles to use in seed starting

My Favorite Recyclables For Seed Starting

Today I am going to share with you some of my favorite recyclables  to start a  garden by sowing seeds.  You will find images of my favorite recyclables I use to sow seeds. I hope you get a few ideas on just how easy it really is to grow an edible and flower garden. Recyclables

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roasted turkey

How to Brine a Thanksgiving Turkey

The day is upon us when it is time to pick up that farm-raised turkey or stop by the local grocery market and grab that bird for dinner on Thursday Thanksgiving Celebration.  In this post, I share tips on how to brine a Thanksgiving Turkey. Let’s Talk Turkey Brine It really is simple to put

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Bren Haas Garden in 2016

Does Vegetable Gardening Have a Financial Benefit?

Growing your own vegetable garden can give you access to fresh produce right in your backyard.  today’s post I’m sharing a few key points about how vegetable gardening can have a few financial benefits. Why Grow A Garden? According to a report by the National Gardening Association, 54 percent of food gardeners said they grow

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houseplant tropical sale

Owens Community College Plant Sale Supports Green Industry Future

It was a rainy day in my garden making it the perfect day to go shopping!  This was the first plant sale I’ve ever attended at a community college.  It was awesome talking with the head of the landscape and turfgrass management department.  The students spent the quarter learning about what is involved with running

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Rised Bed Gardening

Starting A Spring Garden From Seed with Children

Starting a Garden From Seed with Children is the most rewarding thing you can do. Spring is the time to get outside as a family. Is there any other Spring activity that brings a family together then to garden? Starting A Garden From Seed with Children Over the years I’ve learned that starting a garden

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Betty Salad Recipe

Betty Salad Recipe

In today’s post, I share The original Betty Salad Recipe that is super easy to make.  I’ll be adding a quick video showing you how to mix up that dressing if you can’t find it at the grocery store.

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holly leaf for santa

Holly Leaf You Can Eat : Holly Leaf Cookie Recipe

This is one of my favorite shrubs in the garden that I can’t grow but I can bake!  In today’s post, I share a little history of the holly leaf cookie and the recipe. Holly Leaf Cookie Recipe This recipe has been in my family since I was a little girl.  The first time I

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winter harvest of lettuce, swiss chard and kale

I’m Growing Fresh Food – You Can Too!

One of the highlights of growing your own garden is having fresh edibles on hand. In this post, I share some basic tips on how to grow fresh food. I’m growing fresh food and I believe you can too! Growing Fresh Food What is fresh food for you?  To some, it is going to the

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Peppers and Flowers

Flower Friday | #FlowerFriday

Flower Friday is a great time to share what you have growing in your garden.  I started sharing flowers on Friday on my blog back in 2008.  In this post enjoy my Flower Friday collection and join the fun. Image Collection This is my image collection on Flickr featuring my flower Friday favorite shares.  Let me

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