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February Garden Tip 2019

February Garden Tip 2019

From the garden of Beth DiGioia, Garden Coach at L3H2, Inc. Immune Boosting Tea Cold and flu season is upon us.  Being sick is a nuisance that interrupts our life and makes us feel yucky.  Sometimes getting sick is a sign of a weak immune system caused by insufficient...
January 2019 Garden Tip

January 2019 Garden Tip

From the garden of Beth DiGioia Build a Grow Station Mid-month it’s going to be time to start growing spring vegetables.  The advantage to growing plants from seed is that the varieties available are endless.  Unfortunately, there are few windowsills that provide...
History of Mistletoe

History of Mistletoe

From the garden of Beth DiGioia When the trees have lost their leaves, look up and you will sometimes see clumps of round green foliage on the branches of pecans and oaks.  It’s Mistletoe, a semi-parasitic plant that attaches itself to hardwood trees and extracts...
Sage: The Thanksgiving Herb

Sage: The Thanksgiving Herb

From the garden of Beth DiGioia Come November we start to think about Thanksgiving and family crowded around a table groaning with holiday treats (which explains why Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday!).  Turkey is the traditional centerpiece of Thanksgiving...

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