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Eggs, Bunnies & Sweet Colorful Celebration

Eggs, Bunnies & Sweet Colorful Celebration - the story behind these Easter traditions -

Find out why we color eggs for Easter and why a bunny delivers them as gifts.

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Reuse of Bulbs from Containers

Reuse of Bulbs from Containers - tips for planting bulbs -

A how-to guide for planting indoor flowering spring bulbs in your garden to enjoy year after year.

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Chile Cornbread

Chile Cornbread - made with whole corn and diced peppers -

Cornbread gets a fresh take with the addition of whole corn and diced peppers. Use mild or spicy peppers, in red or green, for a kick of flavor and a festive presentation.

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Winter Meals…For the Birds!

Winter Meals…For the Birds! - create a bird feeding station -

Choosing the right feeder for your feathered friends!

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Modern Christmas Lights Offer so Much More

Modern Christmas Lights Offer so Much More - choose from a wide range of styles & colors -

Learn more about what lighting features are available and how new lights can save time, money and are safer.

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Christmas Stockings Enrich Holiday Traditions

Christmas Stockings Enrich Holiday Traditions - the story behind stockings -

Find out why we hang stockings for Christmas and anticipate them being filled with goodies.

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Peppermint … a Multi-talented Star of the Herb Garden

Peppermint … a Multi-talented Star of the Herb Garden

Peppermint, that most popular flavoring year round for treats and beverages, is incredibly easy to grow!

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Do You Know Mistletoe?

Do You Know Mistletoe? - a closer look -

Mistletoe is considered a hemi-parasite in the plant world. It is parasitic in that it pulls water and nutrients from the trees and shrubs it grows attached to, but it does do its own photosynthesis.Mistletoe sprouts on plants from seed spread by…

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Sun Patiens

Sun Patiens

Here’s something new for under the sun—SunPatiens®! Your browser does not support the video tag. These colorful impatiens thrive in full sun—and they also love the heat and humidity that summer is sure to bring. You can…

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TIP: Freeze drying herbs

TIP: Freeze drying herbs

Instructions Gently washed herbs can be freeze-dried on baking sheets, and then bagged for freezer storage. For herbs that you will likely add to sauces or soups, freeze them in ice cube trays. This can make for even more convenience later if you…

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