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September 27, 2019 Ina Garten Roasted Tomato Basil Soup, 1843 Chrysanthemums, Joy Morton, James Drummond Dole, John Burroughs, Elizabeth Bowen, Bonaro Overstreet, Hedgemaids and Fairy Candles by Jack Sanders, Your 2020 Garden, and Pick Blackberries before Michaelmas

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What are you doing with all of your tomatoes? If you’re looking for a good recipe, I have a suggestion for you: Ina Garten’s Roasted Tomato Soup. A few years ago, I stumbled on Ina Garten’s recipe for Roasted Tomato Soup – it’s the best-roasted tomato basil soup recipe out there if you ask me! It’s so good. Ina’s recipe calls for fresh tomatoes and herbs, and she doesn’t use cream or milk. Best of all, Ina’s soup is rich…

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September 26, 2019 Bringing Nature Indoors, Nehemiah Grew, John Chapman, Oakes Ames, Robert Finch, The Pursuit of Paradise by Jane Brown, Preserve Herbs in Salt, and Cora Older

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Right now is the perfect time to bring some nature indoors. Why buy something manufactured to look like nature, when some of the most impactful pieces can be found right in your own garden? I love to bring in some of the bird’s nests from my garden. I place them on top of a stack of books, in a crystal bowl, or on a bookshelf. They add wonderful texture and interest to help ground your interior for winter. Adding leaves…

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September 25, 2019 Fall Reset, Valerius Cordus, Edward Kemp, the Sequoia National Park, Francis Kingdon-Ward, Felicia Hemans Birthday Garden Poem, Living Decor by Maria Colletti, Cutting Back the Garden, and the September Garden from 1915

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If you’re feeling a little glum about the end of the gardening season, here are a few activities that can help you rebalance: First, support your local farmers by shopping at a local farm stand. Often the growers will have insights on plants and practices that apply to your own garden. Get inspired by seeing some of the different varieties of apples, gourds, zucchinis, pumpkins, and other vegetables. Second, refresh your mulch supply. Topdressing before winter feels as good now…

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