Planting demo, staying warm, migraines

This is an archived issue of our Almanac.com Companion email newsletter.

Daily Newsletter for Friday, January 27, 2017

Dear Almanac readers,

In this issue, we bring you timely tips on how to build a raised garden bed, stay warm in winter, become a master gardener, find migraine relief, and build a chicken coop.

Our planting video demonstrates a fantastic new way to plan companion planting by using scientifically-proven combinations which are sure to boost your success.

Sincerely,
Your Almanac Editors

All day the gusty north-wind bore
The loosening drift its breath before;
Low circling ‘round its southern zone,
The Sun through dazzling snow-mist shone
.
–John Greenleaf Whittier (1807–92)

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How to Build a Raised Garden Bed
How to Build a Raised Garden Bed

Learn how to build a raised bed—cheaply and easily—for your garden. No special DIY skills required! To get started, here is a super-simple raised bed setup. We’ll also tell you what kind of material to use, how to fill a raised bed, how large a raised bed should be, and what to plant in a raised...
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2017 Almanac Gardening Page-a-Day Calendar

This informative page-a-day calendar is filled with Almanac wit, wisdom, adages, and observations for gardeners and backyard naturalists.

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Become a Master Gardener
Become a Master Gardener

If one of your goals is to become a better gardener and contribute to your community, you should look into your local Master Gardener program.
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The 2017 Old Farmer's Almanac Gardening Calendar

Force spring flowers indoors: Cut forsythia, dogwood, or crabapple branches. Before placing in a vase, mash the cut ends…

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Natural Remedies for Migraines
Natural Remedies for Migraines

Migraines can be truly debilitating, so try these natural remedies for migraine relief.
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Garden Help Wanted Wooden Sign

SAVE 20% These rustic signs will hang from a wall or stand on their own.

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How to Keep Warm in Winter
How to Keep Warm in Winter

Keeping warm is a basic need we all share. As we go into winter’s chilliest months, we present our top tips for keeping cozy that don’t include turning up the furnace!
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The 2017 Weather Watcher’s Calendar | Save 50%

For those who like to keep an eye on the sky! Features dramatic photography, weather proverbs, historical weather events, trivia, and more.

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