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Cheesy Vegetable Casserole

Cheesy Vegetable Casserole - it’s easy to go meatless with this dish -

Here's a simple recipe that's got it all: a good three servings of healthy vegetables and the cheesy richness of macaroni and cheese. Add to that the ease with which this vegetable casserole can be prepared, and you've got a recipe we bet will be your new go-to for winter family meals.

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Ten Presidents and their Trees

Ten Presidents and their Trees - famous trees of the White House -

Ever since Thomas Jefferson occupied the White House, presidents have planted trees to honor events big and small or simply to add to the storied gardens at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. We'll introduce you to ten of these commemorative trees and the presidents who planted them.

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How to Repel Mice with Natural Herb Sachets

How to Repel Mice with Natural Herb Sachets - avoid messy traps or dangerous poisons –

Winter is the peak time for mice infestations, as the creatures try to find warm spots to shelter and nest. You can stop the problem before it starts by making your own natural mouse-repelling sachets to place in your cupboards, in your vehicles, garage, or any other place you'd rather not find these pesky rodents.

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How to Repot a Cactus

How to Repot a Cactus - a prickly subject -

Repotting a cactus can seem like a daunting task. But with a few precautions to protect you, and your cactus, it’s just as easy as repotting any other container plant.

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How to Make Rose Infused Honey

How to Make Rose Infused Honey - a simple, elegant & healthy treat -

Dried or fresh rose petals steeped in honey create a sweet indulgence with a subtle floral taste and heavenly fragrance. You can make rose-infused honey with just a few simple steps. It's perfect to keep on hand to mix with tea or pour over desserts. Or give this attractive treat as a special gift.

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Easy Vegetable Soup

Easy Vegetable Soup - from scratch in under an hour -

When the snow is falling, the days are short, and the wind howls outside, that's the time to whip up a vegetable soup to warm the bones and nourish the soul. Our simple vegetable soup will have you ready to call “soup’s on” in less than an hour.

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Prevent Winter Damage to Trees and Shrubs

Prevent Winter Damage to Trees and Shrubs - tips to protect your landscape during winter -

Winter's ice, snow, low temperatures and frozen ground can do damage to even your hardiest plants. Arm yourself with information on how to protect your plants through winter’s worst weather.

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Landscape Trends for 2020

Landscape Trends for 2020 - the most popular looks in plants and landscaping -

This year’s best trends in plants, color schemes and landscape décor that you’ll want to try!

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Make Your Own Decorative Garlands to Feed Winter Birds

Make Your Own Decorative Garlands to Feed Winter Birds - a colorful way to offer your backyard birds a treat -

By midwinter, cold and snow cover will make it difficult for your backyard birds to find the nutrition they need. With these easy bird-feed garlands, you can supplement the birds' winter diet as well as brighten your winter views.

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Easy to Make Lavender Sugar Scrub

Easy to Make Lavender Sugar Scrub - two steps to the perfect homemade exfoliant and moisturizer -

The long winter and the excesses of the holidays can leave your skin dry and in need of rejuvenation. This easy-to-make lavender sugar scrub can be made in ten minutes with inexpensive ingredients from your pantry, but don't be fooled. It will leave you as refreshed and glowing as the most exclusive spa skin care products.

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