Crocuses, peak foliage forecast, extra-bright northern lights

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Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, September 24, 2019

apples

The beech is dipped in wine; the shower
Is burnished; on the swinging flower
   The latest bee doth sit.
The low sun stares through dust of gold.
And o'er the darkened heath and wold
   The large ghost-moth doth flit.
In every orchard Autumn stands,
With apples in his golden hands.

–Alexander Smith (1829–67)

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The 2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Gardening Calendar
 
Crocuses
Crocuses
When it seems like winter will never lose its icy grip, the dainty crocus pushes through the snow to put on a show of colorful revival. Plant this perennial flower in the fall for an early spring delight!  Here’s how to plant, grow, and care for crocuses in your garden!
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Indoor Grilling?

Yes, if it’s a Kenyon Electric Grill. Perfectly sized for family grilling and heats to 550˚F in 5 minutes! Serves up delicious flavor with no flare.

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What Are the Northern Lights?
What Are the Northern Lights?
Spring is aurora season! The Aurora borealis aka the Northern Lights appear as green curtains of light dancing across the night sky. What exactly are the Northern Lights and how are they formed? Why are they more visible at the equinoxes? Where can you best see nature’s light show? Find out!
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Heart Surgeon: Throw Out Your Olive Oil Now (Here’s Why)

Did you know buying the wrong olive oil could be putting you and your family’s health at risk? Many olive oils are made up of artificial ingredients that can lead to dry skin, achy muscles and joints, weight gain, and even heart problems. =>> Click here to avoid buying another bottle of health troubling olive oil.

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Breaded Fried Zucchini Rounds
Breaded Fried Zucchini Rounds

Our Breaded Fried Zucchini Rounds are just delicious—and take no time to make.

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Live Like Someone Left The Gate Open

Colorful socks with terrifc advice! Makes a great gift!

 

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How to Make Apple Cider With an Apple Press
How to Make Apple Cider With an Apple Press
Here’s how to make apple cider with a press! It’s a great way to celebrate fall—and that pure, fresh apple cider taste is like nothing you’ve ever tasted from a grocery store. It’s simple and lots of fun!
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