African violets, persimmon bread, vinegar not for everthing

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Daily Newsletter for Thursday, September 10, 2020

wheat

Where long the shadows of the wind had rolled,
Green wheat was yielding to the change assigned;
And as by some vast magic undivined
The world was turning slowly into gold.​

–Edwin Arlington Robinson (1869​–1935)

 
Almanac Gardening Club
 
African Violets
All About African Violets

African Violets
African violets are small houseplants that produce clusters of white, blue, or purple flowers over fuzzy leaves. Here’s how to care for African violets in your home!

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Horticultural Oil for Pest Control

What is horticultural oil? What do you use it for? Is it safe? This guide reveals all and more about using horticultural oil for pest control.

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Horticultural Oil for Pest Control
 
Autumnal Equinox 2020: The First Day of Fall
Autumn Equinox is Near

Autumnal Equinox 2020: The First Day of Fall
In 2020, the autumnal equinox—also called the September equinox or fall equinox—arrives on Tuesday, September 22. Fall begins in the Northern Hemisphere and spring begins in the Southern Hemisphere. Read about the signs of fall and the ways we mark...

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How To Entirely Empty Your Bowels Every Morning - Top Surgeon Explains How

Dr. Steven Gundry Reveals How To Defeat The War In Your Stomach.  Learn More >>

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How To Entirely Empty Your Bowels Every Morning - Top Surgeon Explains How
 
How to Freeze Peppers
Freezing Peppers

How to Freeze Peppers
Peppers are the easiest thing in the world to freeze. They need no blanching whatsoever. Wash, dry, cut up, and put flat in freezer bags! See how to freeze peppers so that you can enjoy in stir-fries, soups, and other meals through the winter!

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The 2021 Old Farmer's Almanac

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Persimmon Bread
Persimmon Bread

Persimmon Bread

Every tried Persimmon Bread? These bright orange fruits are harvested in September and October. The sweet jelly-like bulb is perfect for baking in breads and puddings.

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2021 Engagement Calendar

This popular week-at-a-glance planning calendar, now in its 26th year of production, provides plenty of space to jot down appointments, events, reminders, observations, and inspirations. Each day offers wit, wisdom, a quote, a proverb, or a bit of folklore. Each month’s opener features a month-at-a-glance planning calendar, full Moon name, fun facts and quotes, and more!

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White Vinegar: Powerful But Use With Caution
What NOT to Clean With Vinegar

White Vinegar: Powerful But Use With Caution
It’s hard to think of a natural substance that serves so many everyday purposes as vinegar—from cleaning to lawn care.  However, it’s also acidic, which means it’s NOT for everything and can cause damage to your health and home if you use it improperly. Here are things that you should NOT...

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2021 Almanac Gardening Club

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