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Thankful for (Domesticated) Turkeys, by Jill M. Nicolaus

With all the sales and “free turkey!” promotions, it probably didn’t take much to convince you to have turkey as the centerpiece of your Thanksgiving dinner. Domestic turkeys have become such a common holiday purchase that we don’t stop to consider that they weren’t always so easy to obtain…

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Reconciliation Ecology, by Marie Harrison

Gardeners should be aware that the plants they choose will affect the local wildlife. Butterfly host plants and plants that provide seeds and berries for the birds, will attract them to your garden.

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PlantFiles: Iron Cross Begonia (Begonia masoniana)

Iron Cross Begonia

(Begonia masoniana)

Iron Cross was a big surprise success outdoors as a potted porch plant for me. Grew fairly fast. Then I potted it up into...
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Vermont Wildflower Farm

Review by Bullock903:

Posted on November 25, 2014, updated November 25, 2014 I have ordered plants, bulbs, seeds for Many yrs. So my order from...
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BirdFiles: Common Yellowthroat (Geothlypis trichas)

Common Yellowthroat

(Geothlypis trichas)

Yellowthroat warbler are surprisely common than most people think. They are often heard rather than seen. They absolute...
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BugFiles: Ailanthus Webworm Moth (Atteva aurea)

Ailanthus Webworm Moth

(Atteva aurea)

We have always wondered what these neat looking bugs were called! they almost look like their shiney and rainbow color from...
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Stroud Land Preserve

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A good land preserve in southeast Pennsylvania, west of the Borough of West Chester off W. Strasburg Rd and close to the...
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Gardening Book: Roses - A Firefly Guide

Roses - A Firefly Guide

Review by DonnaMack:

This is a beautiful hardcover book that is incredibly practical. It categorizes roses by use, such as roses in beds, shrub...
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Some type of piney tree

Not sure what it is, there's a lot of them near me. They don't seem to get over 20' tall.
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  Today in history: November 25  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: Even with all the hustle and bustle, take a few minutes of afternoon warmth to walk through the garden and check your plants. A close inspection will show late season growth near the base of those perennials, or the beginning leaf buds on the woody shrubs and trees.

1602: Santa Catalina Island was named by Viscaino. Nigella damascena (also known as Saint Catherine's flower) can be found growing on the island.

1703: Jean-François Séguier, French astronomer and botanist, was born. He would write "Plantae Veronenses".

1715: American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.

1910: More than 10,000 trees and shrubs were planted by school children in Puerto Rico to celebrate Arbor Day.

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