Plant daffodils in fall, preserving herbs, seasonal markers

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Daily Newsletter for Thursday, September 19, 2019

roses

Over! The sweet summer closes,
The reign of the roses is done.

–Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809–92)

Thursday, September 19, 2019
262nd day of the year


Trisha Yearwood (singer) was born on this day in 1964.
Jackie Collins (author) died on this day in 2015.


 
The 2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Gardening Calendar
 
Plant Daffodils in Fall

Daffodils
The bright yellow blooms of daffodils are a wonderful sign of spring—but do you know how and when to plant them properly? Here are tips on planting daffodil bulbs, caring for daffodils, and what to do after they flower.
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Surprise someone with one of our unique gifts this season. We offer a variety of delicious foods that are grown sustainably on family farms: Cheese from Vermont cows, coffee beans from the rainforest, Georgia Peaches, Florida citrus, and much more.
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Unearthing Garden Treasures

The Joy of Digging Potatoes
For some kids, the two best times of the year are Christmas and the potato harvest. Yes, you heard it! Digging up potatoes! There’s a certain joy in unearthing these garden treasures.
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Preserving Herbs

Preserving Herbs
Although I grow many herbs fresh in pots and in my greenhouse for year-round use, I also like to preserve an abundant supply for the long season when nothing grows outdoors. It’s fun and not all that time-consuming.
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The 2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Engagement Calendar

A highly useful daily planner full of humor and useful advice. It’s an indispensable tool for managing your life and keeping yourself organized. Includes plenty of room for jotting down appointments and notes.  
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Equinox Markers

5 Ancient Sites Aligned With the Solstice and Equinox
Ever been to Stonehenge? Machu Picchu? Across time, people have marked the changes of seasons—sometimes in dramatic ways! Here are five amazing ancient sites aligned with the solstices and equinoxes.
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The 2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Gardening Calendar

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Garden Potato Salad

Garden Patch Potato Salad

Move over, traditional potato salads, here comes Garden Patch Potato Salad! Experiment with veggies of your liking or make it as written.

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The 2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Country Calendar

Scenic photographs, country musings, fun facts, humor, and advice. Plus best days to fish, plant, set eggs, harvest crops, and cut hay.
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