All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘fall’

Grape Hyacinth And Tulip Planter

Preparing Fall Bulb Planters for Spring

To some people, tulips and other bulbs may be the last thing on your mind but if you take a little time now to plant up some large containers for next spring, I bet you will be pleased as punch that you did! Planting fall bulbs in containers is no different than planting them in the ground, other than you …

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Falling For September Free Desktop And Printable Calendar From Garden Therapy

Falling for the September Desktop Calendar

Embracing Autumn The new calendar is here to go with a new season. How did the summer pass by so quickly? I feel like I didn’t miss a moment of it as I spent most of my days working on many projects around the garden, munching on fresh fruit atop a picnic blanket in the park, or cooling off in a pool. …

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Gold Leaf Whiteoak

Bring the Outdoors In: Gold Leaf Leaves

Any way to bring the outdoors in is worth the effort in my opinion. Thankfully I’m not the only one who shares this thought. Today we welcome Dria from DIO Home Improvements, a DIY blog filled with projects and healthy living ideas. Dria is here today to share a project that looks far more luxe than it costs to make. …

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Pumpkin Creme Brulee In Mason Jars Recipe

Vegan Pumpkin Crème Brûlée

How do you fit a pumpkin in a canning jar? When it’s made in to a deliciously smooth, spiced pumpkin crème brûlée! This is just one of the recipes you will find in Kris Holechek Peters’ book  Vegan Desserts in Jars, a full-color cookbook packed with 75 easy-to-follow recipes (without any dairy or eggs!). Kris has joined us today to share …

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20 Fabulous Fall Decor And Craft Projects From The Garden

20 Fabulous Fall Decor Projects from the Garden

As soon as the kids go back to school and leaves begin to turn, we can’t help but feel like it is fall. Even if the temperatures are warm, the pumpkins’ brilliant orange colour, abundance of corn, and dahlias blooming en masse, signal that it’s without a doubt time for the season to change. Put off trading flip flops for …

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Anemone de Caen - 'Mr. Fokker'

Five Fall Bulbs to Plant For Long Lasting Spring Colour

I often find myself wondering around my garden in spring, immensely enjoying the brightly colored blooms popping up everywhere, many times, even through snow covered frosty ground. It’s during those times that I reap the benefit of taking the time the previous year to plant my fall bulbs. Bulbs are identified by the season they are planted, not that in …

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