Dill pickling, powdery mildew, growing celery, moonrise

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

Daily Newsletter for Wednesday, July 18, 2018

buttercups in field

Beyond me in the fields the Sun
Soaks in the grass and hath his will;
I count the marguerites one by one;
Even the buttercups are still
.
–Archibald Lampman (1861–99)

ADVERTISEMENT

2019 Calendars > Learn More
 
Toll House Pie
Toll House Pie

This Toll House Pie recipe is an easy one that everyone loves. It tastes like a giant chocolate chip cookie. Go all the way and serve it warm with a scoop of ice cream.

  READ MORE  
 

ADVERTISEMENT

Professional-Grade Gas and Cordless

Whether you’re looking for the inherent power of a 2-stroke gasoline product or the convenience of cordless, ECHO has you covered. Each has its own applications and is backed by outstanding warranties. The pros count on ECHO, so you should, too.

  LEARN MORE  
 
When Will the Moon Rise Tonight?
When Will the Moon Rise Tonight?
Unlike the Sun, the Moon rises at all different times of the day and night. Enjoy our lunar puzzle to know when the Moon will rise!  Plus, find out why can we see the Moon during the day.
  READ MORE  
 

ADVERTISEMENT

Vern Ader's Weed Spinner

Finally, it’s fun and easy to weed!  The Weed Spinner is an innovative drill-driven weed removal bit that spins out weeds and their roots in one whirling motion.The action is fast and the result is very satisfying! What’s more, there’s no kneeling, bending, or getting your hands dirty. Weeds don’t stand a chance!

  LEARN MORE  
 
Celery
Celery
Not only is garden celery better-tasting than store-bought types, but also it’s less chemically-laden. In cool spring and summer regions, plant celery in early spring. In warm spring and summer regions, plant celery in mid to late summer for harvest in late autumn or early winter. Here’s our advice...
  READ MORE  
 

ADVERTISEMENT

Silver Mercury Lantern

Standing almost 7 inches tall, these battery-powered lanterns feature 10 lights with a 6-hour timer. 

  LEARN MORE