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Discover Audubon’s Birds of America

by Seasonal Wisdom on May 1, 2016

Barn owl illustration from audubonIf you love nature and fine art illustrations, you may like this news.  The National Audubon Society is offering free high-resolution prints of John James Audubon’s Birds of America. Printed between 1827 and 1838, the illustrations include 435 life-sized watercolors of North American birds, including this striking barn owl detail. Read the full article →

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Review: Troy-Bilt String Trimmer and Attachments

by Seasonal Wisdom on December 9, 2015

troy-bilt trimmer being usedThe holidays came early for my husband this year. That’s because he had the chance to try out Troy-Bilt’s Straight Shaft String Trimmer and several attachments in our garden. As he gives his review of the Troy-Bilt tools, an unexpected guest comes for a look. Check it out! Read the full article →

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Video Review of Troy-Bilt Bronco Axis Tiller

August 26, 2015

Earlier this season, Seasonal Wisdom reviewed the new Troy-Bilt Bronco Axis Tiller and gave it a test spin. Here’s your chance to watch this tiller in action. This two-minute video shows me tilling a new garden bed with organic compost for better soil texture and quality. As you’ll see, the Troy-Bilt Bronco Axis tiller is […]

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Troy-Bilt Garden Tool Giveaway

August 20, 2015

One of my favorite aspects of serving as a 2015 Troy-Bilt Saturday6 blogger is that I’m able to review some of the company’s newest garden products – and pass along some of these high quality garden tools on to a lucky Seasonal Wisdom reader. Enter to win this Troy-Bilt Garden Tool Giveaway (valued at more […]

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A Tiller That Doesn’t Break Your Back

June 9, 2015

If you’re like many gardeners, you may have some rather back-breaking memories of working a rototiller.  I know I did. That’s why I wondered whether I could use this powerful new Troy-Bilt Bronco Axis Garden Rototiller myself to turn my soil, without breaking my back.

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The Art of Gardening Giveaway

May 6, 2015

After a long winter for many people, it’s finally time to get gardening. That’s why Seasonal Wisdom is so delighted to host this giveaway of fun prizes, which will help increase your creativity and success in the garden. But hurry! This giveaway ends midnight, Tuesday, May 12, 2015.  Congratulations to Daniel B. of Charlotte, North […]

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Writing for Craftsy

July 29, 2014
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If you’re looking for more gardening ideas and projects, be sure to check out my new feature articles at Craftsy. You’ll find my gardening tips on everything from planting succulents to growing roses organically on this popular online educational platform.

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Grow Your Own Popcorn

April 23, 2014
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This summer, why not grow your own popcorn? And not just any popcorn either. We’re talking untreated, organic and non-GMO popcorn, which is getting harder and harder to find in grocery stores … and seed catalogs. Seasonal Wisdom teamed up with Angie’s Popcorn and Fiskars to make it easier for you to grow popcorn in […]

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Edible Flowers Talk at So Cal Spring Garden Show

April 17, 2014
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Here’s your chance to learn about The Allure of Edible Flowers during Seasonal Wisdom’s upcoming talk at the 25th Annual Southern California Spring Garden Show at South Coast Plaza.  It’s an honor to join a number of prestigious garden speakers during this fun gardening event, April 24-27, 2014. Check it out! (Photo of violets by Rebecca Lee/Flickr)

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Full Moon Names of the Year

January 15, 2014
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Over the centuries, cultures around the world have given specific full moon names for each month.  These full moon names tell us much about the way these early cultures set schedules for hunting, planting and harvesting. They also explain how plants, animals and weather patterns typically behave during a particular month.  Photo courtesy FrenchFinds.co.uk/Flickr. In […]

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