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Category Archives: Garden
Being neighborly can pay off when it comes to lawn and garden jobs.
Ultimately, the economical choice between freezing and canning depends on the product, and that’s a personal preference.
Wanda Stiffler, greenhouse manager for Stauffers of Kissel Hill in Hellam Township, said the store started rolling out minimal markdowns in July and August, and now items are starting to see more aggressive markdowns.
Most home upgrades can be done with simple weekend projects.
Parents are building backyard playgrounds with twisting sliding boards, bridges, rock walls, ropes and towers.
It looks a little like a turnip. It tastes a little like broccoli. It peels a little like cabbage. Must be kohlrabi.
Catch up with Smart magazine blog posts from the week of June 24, 2013.
Sarah Chain celebrates her first harvest of Swiss chard and cherry tomatoes, plus more parsley, in this June 26, 2013, post.
Lisa Grim wanted her 232-acre property along the Conewago Creek to be comfortable — a place where her kids and their friends wanted to congregate.