Savory Pumpkin Soup

Savory Pumpkin Soup

A delightful fall soup to warm the whole family up. You can even the roast the pumpkin seeds and use them as a garnish!

Posted Oct 23, 2017 in Into The Kitchen by



Autumn Cut Flower Bouquets

Autumn Cut Flower Bouquets

Enjoy a bountiful vase full of cut flowers from common garden selections.

Posted Oct 16, 2017 in Show Me How by Kay Bishop



Houseplants with Fall Flair

Houseplants with Fall Flair

A quick guide to top houseplant choices that display or complement traditional autumn hues.

Posted Oct 5, 2017 in Show Me How by Dawn Sherwood



Relocating Small Trees and Shrubs in Fall

Relocating Small Trees and Shrubs in Fall

Fall provides suitable conditions for transplanting existing plants in your landscape. The soil is still fairly warm, plus the cooler air temperatures and typically higher moisture levels reduce stress on the plants.

Posted Oct 2, 2017 in Digging Deeper by Nancy Stebbins



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Flowering Cabbage/Kale (Brassica oleracea)

Flowering Cabbage/Kale (Brassica oleracea)

Ruffled, ornamental versions of the cabbage and kale typically grown as edibles. Ornamental varieties bring color and texture to gardens and containers over multiple seasons and are at their peak beauty when temperatures drop below 50°F (10°C).



Carrot 'Tendersweet' (Daucus carota)

Carrot 'Tendersweet' (Daucus carota)

Possibly one of the sweetest carrots available, ‘Tendersweet’ is an old variety that has been a home-grown favorite for generations. This is a coreless variety so it’s very tender for fresh eating. Carrots keep well if stored in a cool, dry location. An excellent source of…



Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy (Epipremnum aureum)

Golden Pothos, Devil's Ivy (Epipremnum aureum)

Truly one of the toughest, most popular and easy care houseplants! Golden Pothos sends out trailing stems of green leaves, variegated with white or gold. The variegation is more pronounced when they are grown in bright light, but they do adapt to lower light levels. Place where the…



Dinosaur, Lacinato, or Tuscan Kale (Brassica oleracea)

Dinosaur, Lacinato, or Tuscan Kale (Brassica oleracea)

This kale has been popular for centuries and is known by a variety of common names. “Dinosaur Kale” reflects the deeply textured, crinkly foliage that - with some imagination - looks like a dinosaur’s skin. “Lacinato” also refers to the “cut” surface of the leaves and…