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Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.
September 24th, 2014
Top Fall Foliage Destinations

Coast to coast, and everywhere in between, there are many wonderful places to see fall color. Here are a few of our favorites.

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Create A Wild Bird Feeder Wreath
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Create A Wild Bird Feeder WreathUse materials from nature to create a wreath that’s not only beautiful, but beneficial to birds.
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The Chemistry of Fall Color The Chemistry of Fall Color Fall provides us with a brilliant show worth taking in every year. But what causes the trees and shrubs to change to such brilliant colors?
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15 Fall Apple Recipes 15 Fall Apple Recipes Nothing says fall quite like delicious, crisp apples. Here are 15 of our best apple recipes!
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Be A Pain-Free Weekend Yard Warrior! Be A Pain-Free Weekend Yard Warrior! Correct form can help prevent back pain and increase fitness as you tackle your fall chores. Read how!
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Helpful Hint
Helpful Hint Check out this quick tip to prevent your potatoes from sprouting.
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Today's Best Day Tasks

Bake, Cut Firewood, Mow to Increase Growth, Dig Holes, Wax Floors, Get Married, Buy Clothes, Entertain Friends, Host a Party

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Gardening Tasks

September 24th - September 26th
Good Days For Planting Peas, Beans, Tomatoes, Peppers, And Other Aboveground Crops In Southern Florida, Texas, And California. Excellent For Sowing Grains, Hay, And Forage Crops. Plant Flowers.

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