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Composting is an activity that can be practiced all year long. Fall yard clean-up produces plenty of leaves and other compostable material. Also, continue to diligently collect kitchen scraps to put into your compost heap or composter.
The Thanksgiving feast is filled with the fruits of your labor. Cranberries, squash, and other vegetables is on the list of “Must have” sides. After all, they are a tradition.
Roasting your first Turkey this Thanksgiving. We’ve got you covered with “How to’s” and plenty of recipes.
Leaves enrich the soil.
Chances are you have ample amounts of fall leaves. Don’t put them to the curb. Rather, rake them up and work them into your garden soil. Your 2023 garden plants will thank you.
Hardy Chrysanthemums, fondly called “Mums”, are the last blooms of Fall. And, the blooms are long-lasting, too. The plant’s flowers shine brightly in a variety of fall colors long after the first frost. At this time of year, you find them everywhere, indoors and out.
Did You Know: Chrysanthemums are the second most popular. Roses are the most popular.
"Sow generously and you will reap generously."
In fact, there are many days to celebrate our hobby. Among them:
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