Tammy and Amber are put in charge of providing goodies for the church bake sale. Matthew and Chloe find a different way to satiate their sweet tooth.
PLANT-STRONG PODCAST, SEASON 1 Rip Esselstyn’s inaugural season of Plant-Strong marshals together an all-star line-up of world renowned physicians and inspirational leaders to help Bronx firefighter, Joe Inga, change his life. No matter where you are on your path, download one of our episodes and elevate your game to optimal health and ...
Find the perfect flowers and plants for your garden, patio or containers. Look through our extensive list of annuals, perennials, roses, flower bulbs, shrubs, ornamental grasses, succulents, trees, vines and many more!
- Meadow cranesbill (Geranium pratense) Meadow cranesbill sports deeply cut leaves, and some, like the Victor Reiter Junior strain in the photo, have a purple tint to the foliage, particularly in the spring.
- Bergenia (Bergenia cordifolia) Spikes of pink flowers on dark stems shoot up in midspring, and the big glossy leaves look great for months. They’ll turn that gorgeous dark red (at right) in fall, and in Southern gardens, the foliage is evergreen.
- Sedum (Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’) New growth on ‘Angelina’ is bright yellow-green, just like you see at far left. Yellow flowers show up on the tips of the stems in midsummer, and then start to turn orange (at right) in fall!
- Balloon flower (Platycodon grandiflorus) The most common color for balloon flower is blue, like ‘Mariesii’ in the photo, but you’ll also find white cultivars, such as ‘Fuji White,’ and pink ones, such as low-growing ‘Astra’.
Season 1, The Sacred Plant: Healing Secrets Exposed, premiered last year and 465,312 people from 190+ countries watched it. We were deeply moved by the reach and profound life-changing impact this 7- part docuseries had on people’s lives and health.
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- Spring Vegetables. March, April and May. This time of year the weather is warming and things are beginning to look like spring. Many cold-tolerant vegetables can be planted in March, including cabbage, broccoli, endive, cauliflower, head lettuce, potatoes, radishes, onions, peas, spinach, turnips and beets.
- Summer Vegetables. June, July and August. With summer comes the mid-season gardener’s nightmare: bugs and pests. Still, planting and harvesting continues. In June, harvest is the name of the game with early crops like snap beans, cabbage, collards, chard, carrots, broccoli, endives, cauliflower, lettuce (head/leaf, depending on how you staggered them), green onions, peas, late spinach, turnips, and beets all being ready.
- Fall Vegetables. September and October. As the leaves begin to turn and the weather gets less predictable, fall is in. The traditional harvest time, everything that didn’t finish in August will be finishing in September and October.
- Winter Vegetables. November. Anything that didn’t finish in October will finish now. A few of the early varieties planted in October may be ready at the end of the November or beginning of December, especially if the frost is late coming.
The season was produced by Fremulon, 3 Arts Entertainment, and Universal Television.  The series focuses on Eleanor Shellstrop ( Kristen Bell ), a recently deceased young woman who wakes up in the afterlife and is welcomed by Michael ( Ted Danson ) to "the Good Place," a heaven -like utopia he designed, in reward for her righteous life.
Enter your location above to get your spring and fall planting dates!. Vegetable Planting Calendar Find out when to plant vegetables with the Almanac's planting guide! We'll tell you the earliest dates to plant vegetables in the spring and the last dates that you can plant for a fall harvest, based on average frost dates for your location.
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