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Builder's Millwork & Window
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Window and Door Trim
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Photography by BluSprout, Ashley Statema
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Builder's Millwork & Window
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Window and Door Trim
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Photography by BluSprout, Ashley Statema
Builder's Millwork & Window
2 Reviews
Window and Door Trim
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Photography by BluSprout, Ashley Statema
Builder's Millwork & Window
2 Reviews
Window and Door Trim
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Photography by BluSprout, Ashley Statema
Rikki Snyder
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Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes November
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Start bulbs for forced indoor winter blooms. Store them in darkness, watering once a week, then take them out when they begin to sprout. As a beautiful alternative to forcing in potting soil, hyacinths (Hyacinthus orientalis) and paperwhite narcissus (Narcissus papyraceus) can be forced in water in vases
The New York Botanical Garden
Garden viola
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easy to start from seeds: beets, carrots, peas, radishes, spinach and Swiss chard. These are usually best set out as seedlings: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower. Watch for snails or their slimy telltale trails; set out bait. Plant spring-blooming bulbs. In November there's still time
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Sheila Schmitz
Baby lettuce mix grows in a spring pot
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Baby lettuces sprouting in a backyard container in spring. Photo by Sheila J. Schmitz
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