Birth flowers, healthy recipes, garden by the Moon

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Daily Newsletter for Wednesday, January 3, 2018

new year baby

Open the door, though the wild winds blow,
Take the child in and make him cosy.
Take him in and hold him dear,
He is the wonderful glad New Year

–Dinah Maria Mulock Craik (1826–87)

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January Birth Flowers
January Birth Flowers

In the dark month of January, nothing lifts the spirits quite like cheerful, colorful flowers. Learn about the beautiful January birth flowers!
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Local Farmers' Market Tote

Features long and short handles for convenience. Plus, a two-sided design and small interior pocket.

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A Fair Warning, an Unfair Objection, and More Humor
A Fair Warning, an Unfair Objection, and More Humor

It’s time for another edition of “Humor Me” from The Old Farmer’s Almanac! Consider yourself warned.
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Glass Sun Catchers

Lots of colors and designs to choose from!

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Winter Recipes for a Healthier Year
Winter Recipes for a Healthier Year

Resolutions for a healthier lifestyle usually come with the start of a new year. The Old Farmer’s Almanac is here to help. Here are a few winter recipes to get you started!
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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. 

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When the Whippoorwill Calls
When the Whippoorwill Calls

Does the whippoorwill suck goat’s milk? Does it foretell death, marriage, or woe? Can your aching back be cured by its call? Few birds have spun such a crazed web of mythology and myth-information. At the heart of this confusion and misdirection is a medium-size bird called the whippoorwill.
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Almanac Barn Night Light

The roof features The Old Farmer’s Almanac logo in a way reminiscent of the painted barn advertisements of the early to mid–20th century for soft drinks and roadside attractions.

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