It's About the Cookies!

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Are Your Spring Bulbs Coming Up Already?

Spring Bulbs Coming Up? If you see the green tips of daffodils or tulips poking through the surface of your soil, not to worry!  They may be some of the early …
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Homestead's Holiday Trains and Outdoor Lighting

Holiday Trains Here's Homestead's "Visual Merchandising" wizard, Scott Daly, talking about our biggest holiday attractions.
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December's Gardenblogger Bloom Day

Bloom Day Gardenbloggers Pity the poor gardenblogger deep into winter (like the Indiana gardener who originated this gardenblogging tradition), still trying to …
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Winter Workshops Are Posted - Mark Your Calendars

Workshops   Workshop Schedule This year Homestead Gardens is offering 26 winter workshops!  Sign up for three workshops by December 31 and the fourth one is …
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How Green Are Cut Christmas Trees? Very!

by Guest Blogger Jade L. Blackwater, author of the  Arboreality Blog While perusing Christmas trees at our local Linvilla Orchards this season, I heard an …
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All About Forcing Paperwhites

 
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How to Keep Up With the White House Kitchen Garden

Obama Foodorama Blog Just over a year ago now, on election day 2008, food policy writer Eddie Gehman Kohan launched the blog Obama Foodorama - to focus on …
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Groundcovers in Winter

Groundcovers
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Homestead Gardens Did the Thinking for You!

Local Food Chitchat -from the Chesapeake and around the country.
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Poinsettias and I Go Way Back

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More Opinions on the Leaf-Composting Issue

By Rita Calvert, the Local Cook From Greg Strella, head farmer at Great Kids Farm at the Bragg Nature Center, Catonsville, MD. Mulching with chopped leaves is …
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