Full Flower Moon rises, pruning hydrangeas, sage

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

Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, May 29, 2018

bleeding heart

And Spring arose on the garden fair,
Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere
.
–Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)

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Full Moon in May 2021
Full Moon in May 2021
May’s full Moon reaches its peak on Wednesday, May 26! This full Moon will be the closest full Moon of the year, making it the second of two supermoons—don’t miss it! Plus, it will coincide with a total lunar eclipse in some areas. Here’s everything you should know about this month’s full Moon,...
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Take your Garden from Dull to Dazzling

Is your garden suffering from overall dullness? Do you envy your neighbor’s luscious landscape? Would you like to add a bit of bravura to your beds? If so, here are a 5 simple tips to help spice up your garden, patio or landscape.

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When to Prune Different Kinds of Hydrangeas
When to Prune Different Kinds of Hydrangeas
When do you prune your hydrangeas? Well, it depends on the variety. Yes, we know that sounds tricky but it’s not if you consult our handy cheat sheet to figure out the best time to prune. We’ve included photos in case you’re not sure which hydrangea you have. 
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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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Sage
Sage
Garden sage is easy to grow—and a wonderful culinary herb that flavors meat and bean dishes (including that Thanksgiving stuffing). See how to plant, grow, and harvest sage.
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Farm Sweet Farm Jumbo Coffee Mugs

Large, double-sided, dishwasher-safe mugs. Each mug includes a generously-sized hole that allows coffee to pour out when the mug is tilted.

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Peach Raspberry Crunch
Peach Raspberry Crunch

Ever tried combining peaches and raspberries? Mmmm! Try this mouth-watering recipe for Peach Raspberry Crunch.

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The Almanac Garden Hod

Harvest and wash fruit and vegetables easily. Plus, enjoy hundreds of other uses! Each hod has the Almanac Sun logo burned into one side with a fire-heated branding iron.

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