This is an archived issue of our Almanac.com Companion email newsletter.
Dear Almanac readers,
It’s that time of year again—when we consult a large rodent to see if we’ll have an early spring.
Join us LIVE for a Groundhog Day show at 7:00 a.m. this Thursday as we share some quirky folklore and celebrate the halfway mark to the equinox.
Your Almanac Editors
Just half your wood and half your hay,
Should be remaining on Candlemas Day.
Force spring flowers indoors: Cut forsythia, dogwood, or crabapple branches. Before placing in a vase, mash the cut ends…
Loaded with dramtic images, lunar lore, and more! Makes a great stocking stuffer!
This chili recipe makes a wonderfully nutritious meat-stretching meal. This recipe makes a delicious, hearty one, and can be prepared in a crockpot if you like.
Celebrate by giving a plant that has heart-shaped leaves: Dutchman’s pipe, European wild ginger, ‘Artic Beauty’ hardy kiwi, morning glory, or violet.
We love this recipe from Susan Norlander, who says that the following Thai Chicken Wings recipe can be used with other chicken parts “but somehow wings are more fun to eat!
A daily planner full of humor and useful advice, it’s an indispensable tool for managing your life and keeping you organized.
This informative page-a-day calendar is filled with Almanac wit, wisdom, adages, and observations for gardeners and backyard naturalists.
BONUS: You’ll also receive our Almanac Companion newsletter!