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If you look out your window on a winter’s day, it’s easy to see where most christmas decorations find their inspiration.
If you need a gift in a hurry, even just to bring to a party, here’s an idea if you grew some herbs this year.
Those beautiful red, round winterberries on bare branches are gifts from Nature – for the birds, the squirrels, and for you!
Here’s a way to make gift tags out of things from the garden – and keep kids busy on a winter day.
If you’ve got a potato, some paint and a paper bag, you’re ready to wrap some pretty personalized gifts.
If you ever think it isn’t the thought that counts with a gift, think again.
If you’ve ever thought about maybe becoming a beekeeper, tonight you can learn more about it at a FREE two-hour workshop in Newark, Delaware.
This is the year to make some crafty stuff using natural garden ‘supplies’ because rustic, natural decorations are totally trendy right now.
You can learn all about sugar, its origins, and Philadelphia’s long history of candy-making at the Independence Seaport Museum’s ‘Oh Sugar!’ exhibit.
Lots of local arboretums have Christmas greenery sales this time of year. In fact, there are two coming up this weekend.
They may look like Christmas trees, but ‘deciduous conifers’ don’t stay ever green through the winter.
Sometimes it seems like too much bother or expense to make festive holiday pots but a simple solution could be just outside your door.
While most of the garden has gone brown, there are still a few roses and some unexpected bloomers that add a touch of color well into November.
Every fall when I plant new bulbs I find old ones that need dividing – so I accomplish two tasks for the digging of one.
Terracotta, and even glazed clay pots, can crack from freezing and thawing in winter weather. Protect them or pay the price.