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Of Gifts and Guilt: Five Rules for Plant Giving ‘Tis the season for giving, and once this season ‘tis over, another one ‘tis right around the corner. So this morning it occurs to me to discuss for a minute the perfect pairing of plants and gift giving. Is it actually perfect? Before you answer – […]

Christmas

Ultimate Outdoorist Gift Guide Oh hello, gift giving season. Our Christmas tree is twinkling, the first ornament has been hung, and I am itching to start filling the base with treats for friends and family. I love the holidays. Looking for the perfect thing to please the outdoori – source

New Years

Please enter your own unique content. We recommend adding a minimum of 300 words (roughly 4-5 short paragraphs). We’ve seen a lot of different holiday gift guides this season, including five that I wrote myself. But, most of those lists offer suggestions for the male outdoor enthusiast, with barely a mention of the daring and […]

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> Oh hey December?! Where the heck did you come from? Seriously – Just like that, the fall leaves (wink wink, I live in Southern Kentucky ) are gone, the air turns to a cool wintery crisp (again, big ‘ole wink – it’s 36 degrees here today), and Will F – source

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Sonos is Speakin’ my Language Not sure if anyone else is feeling the same at the moment but… time is flying by WAY TOO FAST!! All I want to do is press pause with my fam and enjoy every minute with them! It felt like we did just that a couple weeks ago, and it […]

Christmas

Please enter your own unique content. We recommend adding a minimum of 300 words (roughly 4-5 short paragraphs). This is my idea of a Christmas tree. Photo credit: Humboldthead Around this time of year, my Twitter feed explodes with things like, “Eco-friendly tree decorations!” and “Greenest stocking stuffers!” and “How to make eco-friendly tinsel out […]

Christmas

End of season wrap up: My favorite plants of 2017 Now that the garden has gently shifted into architecture and mush, it’s time to reflect on the plants we grew this season and decide whether we’ll continue to grow them for seasons to come. Whether sexy new introductions or old favorites, plants ex – source

canning

Please enter your own unique content. We recommend adding a minimum of 300 words (roughly 4-5 short paragraphs). Five Things Friday The five little things that made my week… 1. If you’re a canner, you know that little pop! of your lids sealing after coming out of their boiling water bath is music to the […]