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Beat the Frost With Natural Terra-Cotta Containers
"first frost blackens the summer bedding in our pots and containers, thoughts may... terra-cotta to frost damage. Terra-cotta is very porous; it soaks up water, which freezes... idea of frost proof pots and will use that whenever I buy new ones. Great information... absorbs any frost expansion/contraction and saves the terra cotta. By all means get the... either “frost resistant” or “frostproof.” Frost-resistant pots. A lot of gardeners..."
Frost-Hardy Foliage That Loves a Cold-Climate Garden
When winter cuts a bleak swath through other plants, these edibles and perennials flourish brilliantly
Fire and Ice: 8 Plants That Blaze Once Frost Hits
Not everything in the garden sleeps in the cold — these plants rise and shine in fall and winter, bringing bright color to beat the blahs
Southeast Gardener's November Checklist
You're probably on top of planting bulbs, but don't forget to keep an eye on frost and drain your mower's gas tank
"eye on frost and drain your mower's gas tank... killing frost; once that happens, it's time to tuck your garden into bed for the winter... first frost date is unpredictable in terms of regions and microclimates. The first... first frost date for Raleigh, North Carolina, as calculated by NC State University,... average frost date is October 31. If you are cutting it close with chores, watch your... after the frost; however, many perennials give the garden an interesting look in the..."
Choose Your Kitchen Cabinet Glass
Textured? Frosted? Seeded? Find the cabinet glass style that will set off your kitchen to its best advantage
"ured? Frosted? Seeded? Find the cabinet glass style that will set off your kitchen... natural frosted greenish glass and we found a 1 inch mosaic tile to use in the backsplash... bamboo frost and geos. Really like the article, i'm not a huge fan of the first couple... like the frosted effect. Any thoughts about using grey or black glass in upper kitchen... handy. FrostedGood for: Modern kitchens and nonneatnik homeowners. Frosted glass,..."
Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Turnips
Sweeter after a taste of frost, these often-overlooked root vegetables can be a surprisingly tasty part of your fall garden
"taste of frost, these often-overlooked root vegetables can be a surprisingly tasty part... bit of frost. More: How to grow cool-season vegetables... bit of frost result in very flavorful vegetables; otherwise, plant in early spring..."
Enjoy the Peak of Spring Gardening — Here's What to Do in May
Bid the frost farewell and treasure the blooms. No matter what U.S. region you're in, one of these guides will help your garden flourish
Outsmart Winter — Make Houseplants of Your Garden Growers
No need to watch Jack Frost play Wreck the Rosemary. Bring your garden inside for the winter, using containers and these guidelines
Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Parsnips
This unfairly maligned root vegetable is the ideal choice for a winter garden, sweetening with the frost and having a long storage life
"with the frost and having a long storage life... first frost and can be stored in a cool, damp place for several months. They can..."
Northeast Gardener's October Checklist
Southwest Gardener's September Checklist
Cool weather's coming, so prep for the first frost, swap out plants and get bulbs for spring in the ground now
Great Design Plant: Winter Jasmine Gladdens Snowy Gardens
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Solstice Daydream Break: 10 Breathtaking Swimming Pools
Host a Perfectly Imperfect Cookie Decorating Party
When sisters get together with their kids to decorate cookies, formality is the last thing on anybody's mind
"making the frosting and, finally, decorating the cookies. I was the older sister with... surreal and frosting mustaches were added to everything--even to the turkey cookies. :-)... simple frosting (I just do powdered sugar & a bit of milk, with vanilla or lemon extract... armed with frosting, but it did make me feel like eating cookies, so that's something... sugar in frosting! They would then be baked, briefly admired, then eaten. I had forgotten..."