Amy Renea


Services Provided
Photography

Areas Served
Harrisburg/Hershey

Business Description
www.aNestforAllSeasons.com
I am a freelance editorial and wedding photographer based out of Hershey, PA. My photography and design work has been featured on a variety of outlets including the Nate Berkus show, Garden Design Magazine, Zest Magazine, Hobby Farm Home, BHG.com, Womansday.com, Fine Gardening.com, Design*sponge, Apartment Therapy and more. I blog about design, food, photography and the occasional personal insight over at 'A Nest for All Seasons' -- come say Hello!
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Hershey, PA US 
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Amy Renea now has a photo featured in an ideabook

Simple Pleasures: Savor the First Spring Day in the Garden

The birds are chirping, the bulbs are blooming and the air is inviting. How will you answer the call of the garden? Full Story
     Comment   April 4, 2014
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Peggy Aronson
Ahhhh, I don't think I've ever enjoyed spring weather more. We're having a warm and dry April in the Seattle area after the wettest March on record. I went out and moved some landscape plants and put in some veggies. Our black dog lay in the sun.
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Amy Renea now has a photo featured in an ideabook

10 Easy Edibles for First-Time Gardeners

Focus on these beginner-friendly vegetables, herbs, beans and salad greens to start a home farm with little fuss Full Story
     Comment   March 19, 2014
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chrisinky
My boss says that used coffee grounds around her potatoes keep the potato bugs off of them. She also uses stove ashes as a sort of fertilizer. She plants everything according to date/moon/Farmer's Almanac every year and her results are usually really good. I've also heard that human hair clippings around a garden will keep the deer away. I've known people to ask a hairdresser to collect a day or two's worth in a bag for them.
last Wednesday at 11:14am   
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rachiti
Hair is best if it's not freshly washed. When I was young (we had a garden in the country among our farm crops) we used marigolds planted at the end of each row and human hair collected from brushed over the course of the year and kept in a baggie until use...the point is to keep human smell near the plants even when you're not around. Time for me to dig up all those garden memories though as we're attempting our first in-ground planting this year (fingers crossed).
last Thursday at 12:43am   
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