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Spring is in full swing and you know what that means – it’s time to plant your garden! Growing your own groceries is very rewarding and a lot of fun, but in order to make it worth your while, it’s critical to know when to plant your seeds. So we here at Uncle Jim’s Worm Farm put together this little graphic to help you visualize when you need to have your seeds ready to plant, till and compost your garden, and plan to have some youngsters available to help you out! We understand there are…

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St Clare Hospice fund Raising Event at

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Wind chimes were the first product I made when I began hand building as a teenager. It's how I got my first real start in clay (aside from mudpies :)

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Recipes with Frozen Peas

When it starts to feel like spring will never come, frozen peas are a lifesaver—we sub them for the fresh variety in recipes like sautéed cod with pea cream, crunchy winter salads, and more.

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Camellia Japonica “Black Lace”. Vigorous shrub with double flower of a deep red. blooms Mar-Apr. hardy to USDA zone 7

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Brighid's festival is Imbolc, celebrated on or around February 1 when she ushers Spring to the land after An Cailleach's Winter reign. This mid-Winter feast commences as the ewes begin to lactate and is the start of the new agricultural cycle. During this time Brighid personifies a bride, virgin or maiden aspect and is the protectoress of women in childbirth. ॐ}*{ॐ

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Iris Van Herpen at Couture Spring 2012 (Details)

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Helleborus Pink Frost. If you have shade this is the perenial for you! When we lived in Charlotte there was a yard full of these! They are expensive but they do naturalize! Lovely!

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With all the excitement of the sun finally coming out to play, it's easy to forget that it can get pretty chilly when it starts to go down. Blankets will be your new best friend come 9pm so make sure these are on your BBQ checklist.

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