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Winter Squash
The markets are piled high with colorful squash in the fall.

 

Pumpkin Soup

Smooth, creamy, hot, and mildly spicy with an underlying sweetness, homemade pumpkin soup is a treasured rite of passage every fall. At no other time of year does it taste so right, so vital, so necessary for our overall well being.


 

Plant Bulbs Now for Spring Blooms

Set time aside this weekend or next to plant bulbs. The daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, and crocuses you plant now will greet you with their happy spring colors just when you want them most. Nothing welcomes the good weather more happily! You don’t need a formal garden bed for bulbs. They can be planted at the edge of a lawn, among shrubbery, in with ground cover, on a hillside, or around a tree.


 

Walk, Run, and Play Into Fall!
Physical activity is beneficial for all ages. It makes everyone feel better, alleviates fatigue, helps our appetites, and along the way, you and your kids will share some good laughs.

 

Apple Picking Time
Apples grow in nearly every state, and since many are cultivated on small, local farms, pick-your-own apple orchards operate within easy driving distance of most metropolitan areas. These businesses welcome families on fall days.

 

Rx for Late-Summer Flower Gardens
About now, your flower garden may remind you of an aging prom queen. You know it was drop-dead gorgeous just a short time ago but now it’s looking a little worn and tired. Help is here for the flower garden!

 

Walk, Run, and Play Into Fall!
Physical activity is beneficial for all ages. It makes everyone feel better, alleviates fatigue, helps our appetites, and along the way, you and your kids will share some good laughs.

 

Harvest Dinner Party

The markets and gardens are overflowing with fall vegetables and fruits, days are getting cooler, nights longer, and our lives are falling into their normal routines. Don’t be a slave to the routine: have some fun. Invite your friends over for an autumn harvest dinner party!


 

Apple Time!

The apple is probably America’s best-loved fruit. We eat them raw, baked, fried, and covered with sweet caramel. We slip apples into lunch sacks and encourage our kids to munch on them after school. Apple juice is as familiar as milk to most households.


 

To Cut Back, Or Not?

Cutting back the garden in the fall is a good idea -- but not for all shrubbery and plants. Know which to trim and which to leave alone.


 

Apple Picking Time
Apples grow in nearly every state, and since many are cultivated on small, local farms, pick-your-own apple orchards operate within easy driving distance of most metropolitan areas. These businesses welcome families on fall days.

 

Harvest Dinner Party

The markets and gardens are overflowing with fall vegetables and fruits, days are getting cooler, nights longer, and our lives are falling into their normal routines. Don’t be a slave to the routine: have some fun. Invite your friends over for an autumn harvest dinner party!


 

Winter Squash
The markets are piled high with colorful squash in the fall.

 








 
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