Brilliant! (Flowers won't droop over the sides of the vase).Elegant looking!

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The absolutely best vine for your deck, porch, or near an open window is the Moonvine (Ipomoea alba), not to be confused with Moonflower. Grown on a trellis or deck railing its night blooming 6” pure white flowers offer a fragrance to behold. Pull up a chair in the evening and watch the flowers unfold before your very eyes!

The absolutely best vine for your deck, porch, or near an open window is the Moonvine (Ipomoea alba), not to be confused with Moonflower. Grown on a trellis or deck railing its night blooming 6” pure white flowers offer a fragrance to behold. Pull up a chair in the evening and watch the flowers unfold before your very eyes!

The Secret to Long-Lasting Cut Hydrangea Blooms ~ Says:  I was given a helpful tip from the flower vendor at our local farmer’s market

The Secret to Long-Lasting Cut Hydrangea Blooms ~ Says: I was given a helpful tip from the flower vendor at our local farmer’s market

How to Make a Ladybug Feeder & Attract Them to Your Garden ~ they feed on aphids, mealybugs, leaf hoppers, scales and mites.

How To Make a Ladybug Feeder & Attract Them to Your Garden

How to Make a Ladybug Feeder & Attract Them to Your Garden ~ they feed on aphids, mealybugs, leaf hoppers, scales and mites.

Sweet, Crunchy Winter Carrots -   Create this mini root cellar to preserve your root vegetables. To make a nifty, mini root cellar right in the garden, simply bury a bucket and cover it with a straw bale. Keeps them fresh, sweet and crisp as they would be in the ground, but you don't have to go digging for carrots in midwinter! I'm going to try this with potatoes too. Genius!

Country Lore: Dig a Bucket-Sized Root Cellar - Do It Yourself

Sweet, Crunchy Winter Carrots - Create this mini root cellar to preserve your root vegetables. To make a nifty, mini root cellar right in the garden, simply bury a bucket and cover it with a straw bale. Keeps them fresh, sweet and crisp as they would be in the ground, but you don't have to go digging for carrots in midwinter! I'm going to try this with potatoes too. Genius!

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