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It’s time to break out the spices, turn up the heat and get squashed! From pies, soups and snacks, pumpkins and other winter squash bring out some of our favorite fall cooking traditions. This week, in addition to our monthly regional gardening...

There are reportedly more than 7,500 varieties of apples in the world. How many have you eaten so far? No matter your favorite, this classic fall treat comes packed with distinct flavor, great cooking opportunities and awesome health benefits. This w...

There’s much to tackle in the garden before Old Man Winter arrives. One of the easiest tasks you can do to beautify your growing space is something nobody will even notice…until spring. Planting bulbs is as simple as digging a hole in the...

Leaves are starting to change, cool temps are creeping in, and the days are getting shorter. Fall is in the air! From weeding out unwanted plants to dropping a few bulbs in the ground, spending even minimal time in the autumn garden can bring you gre...

If you’re feeling tired, worn out and scorched around the edges after a long, sizzling summer, imagine how your lawn feels. You both could probably use a little revitalization. For many home gardeners, early autumn is the ideal time to revitali...

There are lots of wonderful things about fall. Pests eating your cool-season plants aren’t one of them. Alas, if you’ve got a fall garden, chances are you’ve got a banquet for hungry, unwanted guests. This week we take a look at com...

The calendar claims the first day of fall is still a month away, but by the end of next week we’ll be in September. For many home gardeners, that’s close enough. Before you start replacing your summer annuals with only autumn-hued store-b...

Grass is back in session! Fall ornamental grass plantings are among the easiest perennials to cultivate, and they bring stunning results, offering movement, height and even sound to the garden. This week’s newsletter takes a look at grasses of ...

Summer’s end may be around the corner, but the food garden is just getting started! Crisp, sweet lettuce, tender peas and hearty baby carrots are just a few of the many cool-season tasty treats most home gardeners can grow in autumn beds. This ...

Yes, we know it’s still summer and that there are many weeks left to savor the flavors of your warm-season harvest. But if you’d like to extend your growing season to include fresh fall veggies from the garden this year, you need to know ...



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It’s time to break out the spices, turn up the heat and get squashed! From pies, soups and snacks, pumpkins and other winter squash bring out some of our favorite fall cooking traditions. This week, in addition to our monthly regional gardening...

There are reportedly more than 7,500 varieties of apples in the world. How many have you eaten so far? No matter your favorite, this classic fall treat comes packed with distinct flavor, great cooking opportunities and awesome health benefits. This w...

There’s much to tackle in the garden before Old Man Winter arrives. One of the easiest tasks you can do to beautify your growing space is something nobody will even notice…until spring. Planting bulbs is as simple as digging a hole in the...

Leaves are starting to change, cool temps are creeping in, and the days are getting shorter. Fall is in the air! From weeding out unwanted plants to dropping a few bulbs in the ground, spending even minimal time in the autumn garden can bring you gre...

If you’re feeling tired, worn out and scorched around the edges after a long, sizzling summer, imagine how your lawn feels. You both could probably use a little revitalization. For many home gardeners, early autumn is the ideal time to revitali...

There are lots of wonderful things about fall. Pests eating your cool-season plants aren’t one of them. Alas, if you’ve got a fall garden, chances are you’ve got a banquet for hungry, unwanted guests. This week we take a look at com...

The calendar claims the first day of fall is still a month away, but by the end of next week we’ll be in September. For many home gardeners, that’s close enough. Before you start replacing your summer annuals with only autumn-hued store-b...

Grass is back in session! Fall ornamental grass plantings are among the easiest perennials to cultivate, and they bring stunning results, offering movement, height and even sound to the garden. This week’s newsletter takes a look at grasses of ...

Summer’s end may be around the corner, but the food garden is just getting started! Crisp, sweet lettuce, tender peas and hearty baby carrots are just a few of the many cool-season tasty treats most home gardeners can grow in autumn beds. This ...

Yes, we know it’s still summer and that there are many weeks left to savor the flavors of your warm-season harvest. But if you’d like to extend your growing season to include fresh fall veggies from the garden this year, you need to know ...



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It’s time to break out the spices, turn up the heat and get squashed! From pies, soups and snacks, pumpkins and other winter squash bring out some of our favorite fall cooking traditions. This week, in addition to our monthly regional gardening...

There are reportedly more than 7,500 varieties of apples in the world. How many have you eaten so far? No matter your favorite, this classic fall treat comes packed with distinct flavor, great cooking opportunities and awesome health benefits. This w...

There’s much to tackle in the garden before Old Man Winter arrives. One of the easiest tasks you can do to beautify your growing space is something nobody will even notice…until spring. Planting bulbs is as simple as digging a hole in the...

Leaves are starting to change, cool temps are creeping in, and the days are getting shorter. Fall is in the air! From weeding out unwanted plants to dropping a few bulbs in the ground, spending even minimal time in the autumn garden can bring you gre...

If you’re feeling tired, worn out and scorched around the edges after a long, sizzling summer, imagine how your lawn feels. You both could probably use a little revitalization. For many home gardeners, early autumn is the ideal time to revitali...

There are lots of wonderful things about fall. Pests eating your cool-season plants aren’t one of them. Alas, if you’ve got a fall garden, chances are you’ve got a banquet for hungry, unwanted guests. This week we take a look at com...

The calendar claims the first day of fall is still a month away, but by the end of next week we’ll be in September. For many home gardeners, that’s close enough. Before you start replacing your summer annuals with only autumn-hued store-b...

Grass is back in session! Fall ornamental grass plantings are among the easiest perennials to cultivate, and they bring stunning results, offering movement, height and even sound to the garden. This week’s newsletter takes a look at grasses of ...

Summer’s end may be around the corner, but the food garden is just getting started! Crisp, sweet lettuce, tender peas and hearty baby carrots are just a few of the many cool-season tasty treats most home gardeners can grow in autumn beds. This ...

Yes, we know it’s still summer and that there are many weeks left to savor the flavors of your warm-season harvest. But if you’d like to extend your growing season to include fresh fall veggies from the garden this year, you need to know ...



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