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We're not part of a big corporation, just two people living in Central New York, sharing ideas and projects that anyone can realistically recreate for their home or garden. ~ Dottie and Gary



How to Grow Christmas Cactus How to make seed envelopes Upcycled Candle Holder Idea
Gourd Tips: Find out how to grow and cure hard-shelled gourds for crafts.
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Photos:
Check out photos of spring flowering bulbs that we grow.
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Toad House: Make this toad abode out of light-weight hypertufa.
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Wintersowing Cool Season Crops Windowsill Gardening
Message Board:
See how to turn an antique washboard into a useful item for your home.
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Attracting Orioles:
Read our tips on attracting this beautiful bird.
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Aphids:
Spring is prime time for aphids. Find out how to protect your plants.
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Heat Transfer Instructions Garden Fresh Recipes Metal Pumpkin Project
Asparagus:
Find out how to grow and care for this perennial edible.
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Garden Fresh Recipes: Originally posted on our weight loss blog.
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"Hundreds of dewdrops to greet the dawn,
Hundreds of bees in the purple clover,
Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn,
But only one mother the wide world over."

~George Coopery