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One of the many benefits of living in a climate with relatively mild winters is that we can grow vegetables all year long. Typically, there are two separate growing seasons in the vegetable garden—summer and winter. So what type of vegetables can you grow in the winter? Asparagus, beets, broccoli, cabbages, cauliflower, carrots, garlic, lettuces, onions, peas, radishes, spinach and turnips all grow throughout the winter. Vegetables need approximately 6 to 8 hours of sun each day. The…

from Decorating Your Small Space

18 Classy Fall Decorating Projects (part 2)

18 Classy Fall Decorating Projects • Great Ideas and Tutorials! including, from…

from The Perfect Palette

{It's Fall Y'all}: A Palette of Burnt Orange, Chocolate, Latte + Ivory

I love the hints of green in this, too. Kind of a raw coffee bean green?

lovely idea for an outside wedding. perhaps the bride and groom could take their vows in such a beautiful setting

Rather than replant the tomatoes that come in 5 gal tubs, cover them with burlap and avoid the transplant shock.

from Four Generations One Roof

How to make curtains using burlap

how to make curtains using burlap no sew, perfect for my back patio!

On The Avenue: Search results for Burlap Welcome Sign

This must find its way in my wedding, please and thank you :)

DIY Burlap Thistle Sock + lots of other DIY bird feeders, etc.