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Top 5 Gifts for the Gardening Guru

December is here and with it comes the final countdown to Christmas. This generally fills me with minor panic thinking of all the decorating, cooking and shopping that must be ...

Stink Bug

A Stink Bug Solution Has Arrived!

If you live in the Mid-Atlantic States then in the last year you have discovered a new pest wrecking havoc on your home and garden. The stink bug all but ...

Blossom End Rot

Black Bottom Tomatoes: What’s the Cause and How to Fix it

You head out into the garden to check the progress of your prized tomatoes only to find dark waterlogged spots on the bottom of the fruit. You then check your ...

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New Expanded Line of Garden Bulbs For Fall

New Expanded Line of Garden Bulbs For Fall

Just in time for fall planting MasterGardening.com, a leader in gardening supplies and decor, announced this week the release of their newly expanded line of garden bulbs. Available for only a limited time, order the highest quality flower bulbs for the garden delivered straight to your door now through November. Fall is the perfect time to plant [...]

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Ticks: A Warm Winter Threat

Ticks: A Warm Winter Threat

Last week we had a bout of lovely unseasonably warm temperatures and decided to take advantage of the warm evening by taking our Boston terrier on a long walk around the dog path adjacent to our neighborhood. Later that evening while giving our pup a good scratch behind the ears we made the awful discovery [...]

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Christmas Traditions, Prunes and a Cajun Tale

Christmas Traditions, Prunes and a Cajun Tale

There is something about Christmastime that makes people nostalgic. Just try suggesting to my sister that we leave out a Fruit Cake cookie or skip reading a “Cajun Night Before Christmas” and you would think that I was asking them to walk on hot coals. Decorating the tree, pulling out all the ornaments from our [...]

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Gnome Recovery and Contest Winners!

Gnome Recovery and Contest Winners!

Thank you to everyone who helped us track down our errant gnome! He is now safely back home gracing the header of our blog once again. We couldn’t convince him to untangle himself from his Christmas lights quite yet but he promises to remove them once the holidays are over. Our gnome had quite the [...]

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Missing: One Gnome Beneath a Red Hat

The holidays are all about the giving, and we love giving back to our loyal readers and customers! For a little holiday fun and giving we are launching our “Find the Gnome”contest. Our gnome beneath the red hat has gone off traipsing about the site. We need your help to bring him back where he [...]

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Hot Black Friday Deals!

Don’t miss all our great Black Friday Deals starting Friday at 12am and continuing through Cyber Monday. In addition on Cyber Monday we will be rolling out even more discounts! Save 10-50% off on gifts for the garden enthusiast in your life. Deals on bird seed, repellents, Moss Rocks!, Water Features, Amaryllis, & tons more! [...]

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Cranberry Pie: Your Pumpkin Pie Alternative

Thanksgiving and Christmas just wouldn’t be the same for my family if we didn’t have Cranberry Pie. It’s tart and sweet, very easy to make and incredibly delicious. My mother has been making this pie for as far back as I have memories. It’s one of the desserts that I skipped over as a kid and then [...]

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How to Compost and Reinvent Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

How to Compost and Reinvent Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

Source: google.com via Anne on Pinterest   Thanksgiving is just 2 weeks away! There is one thing about any Thanksgiving that just doesn’t change, whether you will be spending the holiday with your family, friends or maybe just your sweetie. Maybe you go traditional with turkey, stuffing and all the fixings while some will go [...]

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Fall Garden

Preparing the Garden for Old Man Winter

Cool weather is here to stay and that means cleaning up the lawn and garden for a long winters rest. Fall cleanup doesn’t have to be the time and labor intensive task you dread with a good plan. First things first, clean out the vegetable beds. Remove all dead or dying plants and pluck the [...]

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Garden Spotlight – November 2011

Garden Spotlight – November 2011

We hope everyone had a fabulous October and a spooky Halloween, but now November has arrived! Which gives me the great pleasure of announcing Karen Kot as our November Garden Spotlight winner!  Karen we will be getting your 100 Mixed Landscape Tulip bulbs right out to you! We hope you enjoy planting them in your [...]

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