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Growing Rhubarb

Growing Rhubarb

Posted by Amy Renae on Dec 17th 2021

Early spring is one of our very favorite times to garden, for each tiny bit of green seems like a major victory. Nondescript plants become the stars of the show when they are the only green around and vegetables we might throw to the compost heap in late fall are the delicacies that see us through the last bitter days of late winter. While asparagus reigns king over the early spring garden, ther … read more
Hibiscus & Dandelion Tea

Hibiscus & Dandelion Tea

Posted by Amy Renae on Nov 3rd 2021

Need the perfect sweet and hot tea for New Year's morning? We've got the perfect treat for you! The perfect bit of sweetness -- a hint of bitter and a wonderful contrast to all the decadent treats and drinks you've been enjoying all night long. So you are going to need some dandelions. As in the little yellow pesky flowers that your neighbor is trying to eradicate with an arsenal of chemica … read more
How to Plant a Supermarket Pineapple Top

How to Plant a Supermarket Pineapple Top

Posted by Amy Renae on Oct 26th 2021

So you buy a pineapple at the grocery store, eat all the goodness up and have tons of rind leftover. You throw the pineapple top in the trash, and you feel a little twinge of guilt as all that weight hits the bottom of the can. You throw it in the compost and you feel much better, but you still feel like you are missing out on an opportunity. Why? Because you are throwing away a pineapple! That … read more

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