Hardening off plants, two special Moons, spring allergies

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

Daily Newsletter for Friday, March 19, 2021

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The Earth awakes: Already her deep heart
Begins to stir, and send its life abroad.

–Thomas Buchanan Read (1822–72)

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Almanac Garden Guide
 
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How to Harden Off Plants

“Hardening off” is the process of getting your indoor-grown seedlings accustomed to life outdoors. Find out how to move your young plants to the garden safely—and without stalling their growth!
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Powerwash For Your Insides

What if you could restore your gut health with one simple fix? According to one doctor in California there may be a way. In fact, he believes it’s so powerful that it could be like a “power wash” for your insides.

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What to Plant in a Victory Garden
What to Plant in a Victory Garden

Victory gardens continue to flourish! So, what is a victory garden? How do you grow a victory garden? What should you plant? Let’s get started with some tips on what to plant and how to get your own victory garden growing.
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Handy gardening tools with lovely designs!

These garden trowels and transplanters feature wide, large blades that hold large amounts of soil and extra-strong designs that won’t bend, even in the toughest soil type. Plus, they have bright designs to keep your garden cheery!

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The Moon Flies High Overhead on the Equinox
The Moon Flies High Overhead on the Equinox

Do you know the old song, “How High The Moon”? Neither do I, it was before my time. But that would be a good tune this coming week. We’ll see the year’s highest Moon on the equinox. Welcome spring!
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What's the best way to sow tiny seeds?

This calendar brings you not just the days of the year, but gardening advice and secrets galore! A favorite of gardeners for more than 40 years, this beautiful calendar offers original full-color illustrations, timely gardening advice, fun facts, quotes, and lore.

 

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Maple Squash Casserole
Maple Squash Casserole

Similar in texture to a sweet potato casserole, our Maple Squash Casserole makes the best of your winter squash harvest!

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What's an easy way to grow lots of veggies this year?

Now in its third printing, the Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook is the perfect companion for every vegetable gardener—even those who have never touched a trowel and wouldn’t know mulch from mud! Order the Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook today!

 

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Natural Home Remedies for Spring Allergies
Natural Home Remedies for Spring Allergies

In most regions, spring brings on a pollen assault! For days—sometimes weeks—pollen fills the air and our stuffed-up sinuses deliver the message. Here are some home remedies for allergies and stuffed-up sinuses. 
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Where can I get weather forecasts and planting dates for spring?

The Old Farmer’s Almanac is your trusty companion for spring! Always timely, topical, and distinctively “useful, with a pleasant degree of humor,” the Almanac is sure to help you plant by the Moon’s phases, get scrumptious vegetables growing, look out for storms, and more!

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