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Soup Recipes Simmering With Chicken, Potato, Veggies And More

It doesn't matter how many bowls of chicken noodle soup you've eaten ... the next time you come down with a cold it's going to be exactly what you need. And the number of times you've had tomato soup and grilled cheese for dinner will not stop you from craving it on that next rainy, autumn evening. …

Freebies: Vintage Halloween

Joanna Grant has shared a bunch of wonderful free vintage Halloween images on her Facebook page.<p>-Heather<p>Next …

DIY: How to Save Seeds for Next Year

I’m the first to remind friends that we’ve still got a few weeks of summer left. But in the garden, there are signs of a shift in the season as …

Gardenista Giveaway: 66 Square Feet, A Delicious Life

“One woman, one terrace, 92 recipes” is how Brooklyn gardener Marie Viljoen describes her brand-new cookbook.<p>Her tiny 66-square-foot edible garden, …

Frances Palmer Creamer Pot

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Get the Look: Farmers’ Market Flowers

Labor Day might signify the unofficial end of summer for us humans, but our many-petaled friends know better than to think we’ve entered fall just …

10 Best Garden Design Apps for Your iPad

The iTunes store is not making things easy with its mind numbing array of garden design apps–all of which promise to change your life. We sifted …

Cheat Sheet: How to Keep Vegetables Fresh Longer

Some people shop impulsively for shoes. I shop impulsively for vegetables. I wander through the Union Square Greenmarket at lunchtime and find myself …

Fire Cider: A Natural Remedy for Back-to-School Season

The back-to-school season should be about freshly sharpened pencils, uncreased notebooks, and squeaky clean new sneakers–not worrying about coming …

What Can I Do with All This Oregano?

It’s a crime to complain about late summer abundances, but really, what do I do with all this oregano? My basil is gone as fast as I can grow it, my …

Recipe Roundup: 10 Shrub Recipes for Summer Fruit

What to do with a bushel of nearly gone fruit? Thrifty American colonists added sugar and vinegar to make a sweet and sour syrup that would last the …

Fall-Blooming Anemones for Autumn Color

I know we’ve officially turned a corner when my morning walk begins with me buttoning up a lightweight jacket. At any moment, leaves will begin to …

Expert Advice from Old House Gardens: 10 Ideas for Planning a Spring Bulb Garden

In Chicago, where I grew up, tulips were pretty much the only thing that kept us going through the winter. You can survive snow, and you can survive …

5 Quick Fixes: Essential Garden Bulbs

There’s more to life than tulips and daffodils. When planning next year’s bulb garden, find a spot to tuck in a clump or two of our five hardworking …

The Romance of the Homemade Candle

In the colonial era, enterprising New Englanders quickly discovered that the wax produced by boiling the prolific gray berries that grew along the …

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Tag: DIY

DIY: How to Clean and Care for Garden Pruners<p>by Erin Boyle<p>How to Repot an Orchid (Without Killing It)<p>by Kristina Hacker<p>How to Navigate the NYC Flower …

Tag: Garden Design 101

Chelsea Flower Show 2018: Peas, Please<p>by Kendra Wilson<p>Landscaping with Trees: The Best Design for Your Garden<p>by Clare Coulson<p>Gardening 101: Lady’s …

23 Amazing Carved Pumpkins

Jack-o’-lanterns<p>Artist Ray Villafane carves pumpkins like they’re a piece of clay and not a large vegetable. See photos of his best work.<p>10.28.11 …

10 Ghost Towns Around the World

Silent streets and derelict buildings offer a glimpse into the lives of once thriving communities.<p>With their silent streets, derelict buildings, and remnants of homes and workplaces, abandoned towns offer a haunting view into the lives of once thriving communities. Here’s a look at our top ten from …

Tour de dessert: Europe’s most delicious pastries, cakes and tarts

American cafe culture has come a long way in the last two decades: corporate coffee has spawned near two generations of independent cafes that offer more than the old standby of roadside diner joe and pie. But in Europe, grand salons with wrap-around pastry cases have more in common with jewellery …

14 Ways To Create The Most Organized Bedroom Ever

Start with creating a "drop zone" just outside the door.<p>Everyone hates to do it, but once you organize your bedroom, you'll feel <i>so</i> much better. You may not even know where to start, but that's where these tips and tricks come in. Trust us, they're <i>good</i>. (Once everything's in order, check out these …

8 of the Coziest Nooks We've Ever Seen (and How to Recreate Them at Home)

Spaces to be snuggled into.<p>Even in the grandest houses, we're inevitably drawn to the smallest rooms: they're the coziest. In big rooms, guess where we head? To the coziest spots, the nooks and niches that are like rooms within rooms — their own intimate little worlds. Look around: There's bound to …