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Shop the Best Bedding Deals on Sheets, Duvets, and For Up to 60% Off - thespruce.com
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18.01.2024

Shop the Best Bedding Deals on Sheets, Duvets, and For Up to 60% Off

Do you know how long you should keep bedding before replacing it? While it depends on the bedding type, it’s common knowledge that a mattress typically lasts a decade, and you might be shocked to learn that your bedsheets and pillows have an even shorter shelf life. Experts say that both should be replaced after about two years, and since high-quality bedding isn’t exactly cheap, you might want to stock up on bedding whenever there’s a sale. Luckily, some of the best bedding deals are happening right now.

The Spring Home Decor Trends You Should Try According to Google - thespruce.com
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29.02.2024

The Spring Home Decor Trends You Should Try According to Google

Your spring decor is about to be gorgeous—and super on trend, thanks to this list we coveted from Google.

3 links worth a busy gardener’s browsing time - awaytogarden.com - Washington - Norway - city Boston
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21.07.2023

3 links worth a busy gardener’s browsing time

BASIL DISASTER? I always enjoy Adrian Higgins’s pieces in The Washington Post, though I suppose enjoy isn’t the right word for a story about how a fungal disease is making basil harder to cultivate successfully. Downy mildew—not a new affliction in greenhouses and gardens, but newish to basil in particular—is on the march. Get the details in this great story.A WEED BY ANY OTHER NAME? A couple of weeks ago, esteemed senior research scientist Peter Del Tredici of the Arnold Arboretum was interviewed in The Boston Globe, and shared his view

Giveaway: ‘the smitten kitchen cookbook’ (and deb perelman's leek fritter recipe) - awaytogarden.com - city New York
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21.07.2023

Giveaway: ‘the smitten kitchen cookbook’ (and deb perelman's leek fritter recipe)

I first met Deb Perelman in my former life, when I worked for Martha Stewart. It was late 2007 or early 2008—a millennium ago in internet years—and we’d invited in a group of bloggers we admired to get better acquainted.  Deb sat to my left (and beyond her was Heidi Swanson of 101Cookbooks.com, with the founders of Apartment Therapy and theKitchn.com across the table, and more). I think that gathering is what crystallized my intention to start a website: such an inspiring group.But I digress. If you haven’t visited Smitten Kitchen, prepare to be entertained, educated, and called to action.DEB PERELMAN is a self-taught home cook, and is funny in that self-deprecating way I love (often using the cross-out strikethrough key on her editing dashboard to good effect). On the blog, and in the new cookbook, Deb invites you into her kitchen, and family, teaching you (her Tips section online alone is worth a visit, let alone all her recipes) while tempting you. You always come away hungry…until you get out the ingredients

In the garden and etc. with margaret - awaytogarden.com - state New York
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21.07.2023

In the garden and etc. with margaret

M AY IS MADNESS. I have already said that in the monthly chores column. But it’s madness otherwise, too: garden tours to prep for; workshops I’m giving with friends; a garden contest I’m judging (as in, free prizes!); a sister in the news to brag about…and oh, I need your help with the Urgent Garden Question Forums here, too.

Full circle: my reunion with martha, on tv today - awaytogarden.com
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21.07.2023

Full circle: my reunion with martha, on tv today

NO, THAT’S NOT A PHOTO FROM YEARS AGO. That was Wednesday of this week, when I traveled back in time to see my friend Martha Stewart, and tape two segments for her Friday, February 25 show.

Recipe: baking up some heirloom beans - awaytogarden.com
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21.07.2023

Recipe: baking up some heirloom beans

The way I cook is all about big potsful of things, and freezing or canning for later: cook once, eat multiple times. For the price of 1 pound of dry beans and a few simple ingredients, the yield is enough for six or eight portions, most of which are frozen in small containers for later use.This easy recipe takes very little active prep, but lots of waiting on each end for soaking and then baking. We gardeners are patient types, no?baked-bean tips and tricksDon’t want to pre-cook the beans? Soak them for 24 hours, changing water several times, and plan to bake them longer, perhaps all day. No good tomatoes in winter? I avoid needing to use canned by freezing a few bags of whole paste types at harvest time (above) for just this

Giveaway: i hate to water, but met a hose to love - awaytogarden.com
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21.07.2023

Giveaway: i hate to water, but met a hose to love

First, a disclaimer, since my old-style journalistic policy is not to accept samples of garden products or plants, even for my giveaways, and because I almost never write about a product:I got my first length of this particular hose when it was a prototype, in an inadvertent swap with the man developing it. Jeff Thomas of Water Right Inc. emailed me when I left my job and started A Way to Garden; he’d heard I was consulting, and wondered if I might be free to help with something. We met, and though we never did work together, that morning I swapped some of my ideas for a bagel, tea—and a piece of the most unusual-looking garden hose I’d ever seen.I know more than the av

I’m on plant delights’ cover, but no, you cannot order a potful of me - awaytogarden.com
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21.07.2023

I’m on plant delights’ cover, but no, you cannot order a potful of me

The 2013 PDN catalog celebrates “a quarter century of delightful plants”—meaning proprietor Tony Avent and I got into the business at the same time. Happy silver anniversary to both of us (remember, I told you all about my 25th the other day?).I love that Tony saw to it that I was clustered on the bottom right of his new cover with Ken Druse, who I think introduced me to Dan Hinkley decades ago, and nearby to Martha Stewart, whom I introduced to Dan when I went to work for her in 1994ish. The illustration makes me remember many good times with those three and various people pictured: pa

Giveaway: easy, cozy recipes from beekman 1802 - awaytogarden.com - New York
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21.07.2023

Giveaway: easy, cozy recipes from beekman 1802

I paid a visit this summer to historic Beekman 1802, the rural residence of my ex-Martha Stewart colleague Brent Ridge and his partner Josh Kilmer-Purcell, also known as “The Fabulous Beekman Boys” from the Planet Green reality show and from the popular memoir “The Bucolic Plague” that Josh published last year about their city-to-country transition.For the Beekman Boys’ latest project (do theyever stop?), the cookbook team included another old friend, Sandy Gluck, former food editor of Martha’s “Everyday Food” magazine and one of the smartest cooks I know. The result: a happy combination of fresh-from-the-garden ingredients, including many heirlooms, that Brent and Josh grow at their Sharon Springs, New York, farm or purchase nearby, combined into well-written, practical recipes that invite me to try them. No crazy-long lists of ingredients; no daunting step-by-steps, thank you.

My book 'blog tour,' part 2: giveaways galore! - awaytogarden.com - state Texas - state Ohio - state New York
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21.07.2023

My book 'blog tour,' part 2: giveaways galore!

All Things Plants: It was our mutual friend Dan Long of Brushwood Nursery (gardenvines.com) who introduced us, and I am so grateful to know All Things Plants’ founder Dave Whitinger. He’s in Texas and I’m not—but the common threads we always find when we get together spell kindred spirit. I was the guest on his popular podcast this week (do you subscribe already?). Beekman 1802 Boys: One half of “The Amazing Race”-winning, goat-farming, cheese-making Beekman 1802 Boys was my colleague at Martha Stewart, and we keep in touch across the rural New York State counties betw

First stops on my book's blog tour - awaytogarden.com
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21.07.2023

First stops on my book's blog tour

A Garden for the House: Kevin Jacobs’s literal “garden for the house” is not far from me, just across the county we both live in. And it’s here, on his blog. (He’s giving away books this week!)Martha Moments: I’ve known Toronto-based blogger Andrew Ritchie since my Martha Stewart days. No surprise, since his site is called Martha Moments, and I had a f

Podcast: with debbie millman's 'design matters' - awaytogarden.com - city New York
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21.07.2023

Podcast: with debbie millman's 'design matters'

I HAD A DAYLONG ADVENTURE back to New York City recently, when Debbie Millman, chair of the School of Visual Arts’ master’s program in Branding and creator of the podcast show “Design Matters,” invited me to her studio to record. Though Millman is still very much in the thick of it—not a dropout gardener by any means!—she’d read my recent book, and wanted to talk about a range of things from my history as a serial college dropout, to my love of gardening, my days at Martha Stewart, the importance of stillness—and what my Girl Scout sash still means to me.

Top trees for the home garden, with dr. kim tripp - awaytogarden.com - New York - state North Carolina - state Connecticut - county Garden
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21.07.2023

Top trees for the home garden, with dr. kim tripp

Dr. Tripp, the voice of Robin Hood Radio’s newest program, “Your Health,” received her D.O. from the University of New England. In previous incarnations she has her BS and MS from Cornell; her Ph.D. from North Carolina State University, where she also served as Curator of Conifers for the famed J.C. Raulston Arboretum, and did postdoctoral work at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. She knows from trees and shrubs—and that’s what we talked about:q&a: great trees for gardens, with kim trippQ.What woody plants always got your recommendation—what did you try to encourage clients to plant when you were making gardens for people, while supporting yourself through medical school? A. The first thing I always did, especially with a new client, was to walk around with them and say, “Let’s just see what’s growing here now–what’s out there and doing well,” and have a look at it and see if we like it or don’t. And we’d go from there.I found a few plants in our region that no matter what the conditions, were always doing well—even with deer browse.They were thi

Meet the beekman boys at my august 17 garden open day - awaytogarden.com - state New York
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21.07.2023

Meet the beekman boys at my august 17 garden open day

I REMEMBER SITTING in our skyscraper-high offices at Martha Stewart, dreaming out loud together about the “someday” of rural living. Well, I made it out of the city, and so did Brent Ridge—my former colleague, and half of  “The Amazing Race”-winning duo called the Fabulous Beekman Boys. Now he and Josh Kilmer-Purcell are coming over to this side of the Hudson River for my August 17 Garden Conservancy Open Day, and to do a talk about “The Heirloom Life” they live.

Music for garden-making, from my collection - awaytogarden.com
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21.07.2023

Music for garden-making, from my collection

I WANT TO SHARE a secret about how to make a garden, and also a secret about myself, I guess. The secret is music. More than 25 years ago, when I first bought my then-weekend place, there was no garden here. Every Friday, I’d arrive full of youthful energy to do battle with multiflora rose, wild raspberries, barberry and spiny thistles. Besides my loppers and saw, I’d grab one of my best garden-making tools from the glove-box of the car: Al Green.

Clafoutis batter, universal solvent of fruit dessert - awaytogarden.com - France - Germany - Netherlands
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21.07.2023

Clafoutis batter, universal solvent of fruit dessert

I love clafoutis (kla-foo-tee), a humble French concoction that’s like a Huffy-Puffy or Dutch Baby or German pancake–whatever you call it, that’s my favorite Christmas-morning food. But the clafoutis is sweeter and has fruit inside. If you have 3 cups of fruit and some kitchen basics like milk and eggs and flour, you can make this dessert very last-minute, even just as you sit down to eat the main course, another selling factor. Easy, yet quite impressive.Though clafoutis is traditionally made with cherries, as it was in the recipe Martha shared in her must-have 1995 cookbook, “The Martha Stewart Cookbook: Collected Recipes for Every Day” (affiliate link), I’ve come to regard her batter as the universal solvent for all things fruit.With it, I have since made clafoutis from peaches, plums, pears, various berries, cherries, and mixes of fresh fruit and dried (such as by adding a handful of dried cranberries or cherries to pears

18 Amazing DIY Ikea Indoor Garden Ideas - balconygardenweb.com
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11.07.2023

18 Amazing DIY Ikea Indoor Garden Ideas

Ikea products offer the best of looks and functionality, and you can use them to complete some of the most amazing DIY indoor garden ideas.

11 DIY Indoor Moss Garden Ideas | Growing a Moss Garden - balconygardenweb.com
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06.07.2023

11 DIY Indoor Moss Garden Ideas | Growing a Moss Garden

Moss offers the best of nature in the smallest possible space! If you are living in an urban apartment and want to have your own miniature yard in your room, then these Indoor Moss Garden Ideas will help you to have the best one!

25 Great DIY Indoor Water Garden Ideas - balconygardenweb.com
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05.07.2023

25 Great DIY Indoor Water Garden Ideas

Try theseIndoor Water Garden Ideas in your room and add greenery without having to deal with the bulk of big containers!

What we can learn from Martha Stewart's Bedford garden | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - state New York
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28.06.2023

What we can learn from Martha Stewart's Bedford garden | House & Garden

In the well-to-do town of Bedford, New York, there are a few givens: there are apple orchards and quaint bed and breakfasts, cute bakeries and amazing antiques shops and, of course, many grand estates complete with rolling green lawns and well-hedged gardens. Perhaps most impressive of the latter belongs to the doyenne of the domestic, Martha Stewart.

Vertical Vegetable Garden Ideas (22 Best DIYs for Small Spaces) - balconygardenweb.com - Spain
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22.06.2023

Vertical Vegetable Garden Ideas (22 Best DIYs for Small Spaces)

You can still grow some vegetables and herbs without having a big garden: TheseDIY Vertical Vegetable Garden Ideas can help you create more space for your favorite edibles!

26 DIY Tiki Torch Ideas for Your Garden, Balcony and Porch - balconygardenweb.com
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16.06.2023

26 DIY Tiki Torch Ideas for Your Garden, Balcony and Porch

Have a look at some of the best DIY Tiki Torch Ideas for your garden that you can use to add a ‘light appeal’!

How to Prune Shasta Daisies - gardenerspath.com
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13.06.2023

How to Prune Shasta Daisies

Shasta Daisies, or Leucanthemumx superbum, are known for their plentiful, eye-catching blooms.So, how do you make sure

50 DIY Outdoor Garden Lantern Ideas | Make Garden Lights at Home - balconygardenweb.com
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12.06.2023

50 DIY Outdoor Garden Lantern Ideas | Make Garden Lights at Home

Lanterns are an exquisite piece of decor that lightens up every space they dwell in. So we’ve brought you some stunning DIY Garden Lantern Ideas to vamp up your favorite spot in the yard!

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