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Two Minutes in the Garden

Two Minutes in the Garden

Author: Empress of Dirt

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Bite-sized informative updates on gardening solutions, basics, garden myths and other subjects of interest to gardeners both new and experienced. From the popular Empress of Dirt website (empressofdirt.net), home of creative and frugal ideas for your backyard garden.
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What can you do with your poinsettias after Christmas? Many end up in the garbage, but there are much better alternatives.READ MORE at Empress of Dirt: How to Make Poinsettia Bloom
This month, hundreds of people will post very considerate reminders that poinsettias are poisonous to pets. But how dangerous are they?READ THE LATEST at Empress of Dirt: Easy Winter Composting in a Cold Climate
For gardeners on your Christmas gift list -- some ideas for practical gifts they'll enjoy.READ MORE at Empress of Dirt: 20 Essential Gifts for Garden Nerds
Thursday is Thanksgiving in the U.S. -- the only holiday we have that's based, in part, on growing vegetables.READ THE LATEST from Empress of Dirt: Homemade Peanut Butter Suet (Easy Recipe)
Most of us love our garden centers. An annual survey says most of them in the U.S. and Canada had a pretty good 2019.READ THE LATEST from Empress of Dirt: Make Snowman Hot Chocolate Kits in Jars
Lots of stories about how it's been a great year for acorns in many areas. Why is there so much variation from year to year?READ THE LATEST from Empress of Dirt: How to Make Crispy Baked Veggie Snack Chips
Propagation from cuttings has become a hot topic in recent years. The best way to learn is to dive in. And a pothos is a great place to start.READ MORE at Empress of Dirt: How to Root Pothos Cuttings
Monday was the 100th anniversary of the first Remembrance Day. For almost that entire century, its main symbol hass been the poppy.READ THE LATEST at Empress of Dirt: How to Make Crispy Baked Veggie Snack Chips
The Global Seed Vault is about 800 miles from the North Pole and keeps a million of the world's most important seeds safe.READ MORE at Empress of Dirt: The Global Seed Vault -- Safeguarding Food Seeds for the Future
It's the end of the growing season, but by forcing bulbs indoors, you can still have fresh flowers in just a few weeks.READ MORE at Empress of Dirt: How to Force Flowering Bulbs Indoors and Get the Timing Just Right
Pumpkins may have been the first cultivated plant in North and Central America -- nearly 10,000 years ago.READ THE LATEST from Empress of Dirt: How to Grow Flower Bulbs for Beginner Gardeners
Every year at this time millions of pumpkins get thrown in the garbage. For gardeners, there's a simple alternative.READ MORE at Empress of Dirt: Are Halloween Pumpkins Edible?
Freezing temperatures are on the way -- what can you do to keep your pond fish alive and well through the winter?READ THE LATEST at Empress of Dirt: Beginner Watercolor Painting with Painterly Days
In some areas, it's not rare to see blue jays appearing to eating paint. There's a good explanation.SIGN UP for our fall email series at Empress of Dirt: Get Your Fall Garden Ideas and Turn Over a New Leaf
Some years, the colors are more vibrant than others. Same trees, same place and time. Why so much variation?SIGN UP for our fall email series at Empress of Dirt: Get Your Fall Garden Ideas and Turn Over a New Leaf
For a long time we had a good explanation for why leaves change colour. Now we're a little less certain.SIGN UP for our fall email series at Empress of Dirt: Get Your Fall Garden Ideas and Turn Over a New Leaf
Dehydration is a great way to have the fruit your harvested available to eat all through the winter.SIGN UP for our fall email series at Empress of Dirt: Get Your Fall Garden Ideas and Turn Over a New Leaf
For most of us in the U.S. and Canada, they've left our gardens and are heading toward Mexico and Central America.READ MORE at Empress of Dirt: 2019 Fall Hummingbird Migration
How to Hand-Feed Wild Birds

How to Hand-Feed Wild Birds

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Fall and winter provide the best opportunities to handfeed birds. How can you improve your chances of success?READ MORE at Empress of Dirt: How to Hand-Feed Wild Birds
What are the benefits of cover crops -- and are they right for you?
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