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The Best of the Best
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To get you started, here are a few of the Most Popular Posts we have ever shared on Garden Therapy.
- Bee a Good Garden Host: Make a Bee Bath
- Add Sparkle to the Garden With This Beautiful Beaded Wind Chime
- How to Revive a Sick Air Plant
- Plant a Mosquito Repelling Container Garden
- Cold-Process All-Natural Handmade Soap
- How to Make Citronella Candles
- A Stunning Semper-viva Succulent Wreath Tutorial
- Harvesting English Lavender & How To Use It
- The Essential Guide to Hydrangeas
Look for the next edition of What’s in Season to be delivered very soon. Until then, may all your weeds be wildflowers.
See you in the garden,