What's a wattle? Thanksgiving storms, perennial care

Daily Newsletter for Monday, November 20, 2017

pumpkin pie

Over the river and through the wood—   
Now grandmother’s cap I spy!        
Hurrah for the fun!        
Is the pudding done?   
Hurrah for the pumpkin-pie
–Lydia Maria Child (1802–80)

Monday, November 20, 2017
324th day of the year

Ming-Na (actress) was born on this day in 1963.
Robert Altman (director) died on this day in 2006.

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What's a Wattle?

Turkey Trivia
Can turkeys fly? What’s a baby turkey called? Learn the answers to these questions and more, with our turkey trivia!
Handcare Caddies

A silver-toned caddy holding luxurious foaming hand soap and rich lotion together in one place. Very elegant, very convenient. Choose from 10 different luxurious scents!
Biggest Thanksgiving Storms

Historic Thanksgiving Storms
Some of our wildest weather has occurred around Thanksgiving! Here are 5 of the biggest Thanksgiving storms in history.
Heirloom-Quality Pewter Ornaments

Handcrafted in Vermont from fine pewter. Choose from a large selection of designs.
Which Perennials to Cut Back

Get Your Perennials Ready for Winter
Prepare your perennials for winter! Most perennials can be cut down after the first killing frost; others can add interest or help birds and beneficial insects during the winter months. See our tips.
The 2018 Old Farmer's Almanac

Makes a great stocking stuffer that will last all year long! Get free shipping on this item.
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A Beautiful Top Crust

How to Make a Lattice Pie Crust
If you’re making a top crust for your pie, making a lattice top is quick and easy. This short video will show you the process.
Mason Jar Lids with Micro Lights

Create your own jazzy accent lighting! Fits most standard mason jars. Each lid dangles 5 lights, is battery-powered, and has a 4-hour timer.
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Healthy Living

The Thanksgiving Meal Is Packed With Vitamins
When you think of Thanksgiving, what foods come to mind? Turkey? Sweet potatoes? Cranberries? Pumpkin? All of these colorful foods, in moderation, are not only delicious, but healthy and nutritious!
Extra-Handy Lazy Susan

Spins effortlessly, won’t tip, and holds a lot! Handcrafted in America by a 150-year-old basket company. Constructed with tough Appalachian white ash and brass nails.