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You know that feeling when you get an unanticipated gift in the mail? That’s what I was feeling last week when a box arrived via courier. When I opened up the box I was truly surprised to see...
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Heads up! This post is sponsored by iHerb and they have a special offer for Garden Therapy readers at the end of this post. Roll-on remedies are a quick and natural first line of defense against...
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These flowering annuals for shade are perfect for a front-porch planter, hanging baskets under a tree, or to fill in empty spaces in the garden while perennials, shrubs, and trees grow in. Annuals...
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It’s no longer possible to deny that seasons are changing so perhaps it’s best to start winding down along with the temperatures and light.  Hanging a lavender wreath around the garden could be just...
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Seed starting doesn’t have to be confined to being a springtime activity in cooler climates; there are many vegetables and flowers you can plant in the summer for a late summer/early fall harvest....
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Spending time outdoors is proven to help relieve stress and increase mental wellness. Exposure to soil, sunlight, and nature stimulates the release of neurotransmitters that help to reduce anxiety,...
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Herbaceous perennial plants are wonderful because they come back year after year and, for those of us who have distinct seasons, they bloom throughout the year (as opposed to annuals which mainly...
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Nothing ruins a summer party more quickly than unwanted guests like mosquitoes and other biting insects! These terracotta pot citronella candles not only keep pests away but they also make a great...
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Sure, you’re familiar with dandelions, but have you ever smelled one? Their fragrance can range from an earthy smell to quite sweet, but when the blossoms are picked at the right time they have...
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Now more than ever, we need to find ways to be connected with our friends and loved ones. Happy sentiments are readily shared and celebrated—just think of how many Happy Birthday songs, cards, and...
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