Gardening by the Moon, when spring begins, bluebirds

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Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, March 6, 2018

wind vane

March is a boisterous fellow,
And undeterred by fear,
With many pranks proclaims himself
The tomboy of the year

–The 1931 Old Farmer's Almanac

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Peas
Peas
Peas are not difficult to grow. Once they come up, they exhibit terrific growth spurts and can make a lovely wall of green through the garden. Here are some tried-and-true tips to grow, plant, and pick peas. Pea Growing  
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First Day of Spring 2021: The Spring Equinox
First Day of Spring 2021: The Spring Equinox
In 2021, the spring equinox occurs on Saturday, March 20. This event marks the astronomical first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. What does equinox mean? What happens on the equinox? What determines the first day of spring? Before you try to balance that...
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Wine Bottle Lights

Create ambient lighting from an empty wine bottle! Choose a bottle from a special celebration or because of its interesting shape and color. 

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Bird Sounds: Eastern Bluebird
Bird Sounds: Eastern Bluebird
You may know the sweet little bluebird from many popular songs, books, and movies, such as “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” from the Wizard of Oz. Learn more about this good friend to gardeners and listen to the sounds of the Eastern Bluebird.
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Counting Chickens, Mistaken Identity, and More Humor
Counting Chickens, Mistaken Identity, 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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