13 Unique Seeds You Should Plant in Your Garden
Turn your garden, yard, and dinner table into the prettiest scene with these unique and rare seeds to grow pink sunflowers, rainbow carrots, purple cauliflower, and more.
Golden Hubbard Squash
Introduced by D. M. Ferry in 1898 but attributed to J.J. Harrison of Storrs & Harrison Co. of Painesville, Ohio. Starchy, nutty, fine-grained fleshâ€”good for baking and roasting. Fruits are 8-12 pounds and store well. An all-time American favorite. 90-100 days.
My Soulful Home | home and garden with heart, mind & soul
Each season has a signature scent. Eleven bloggers share their favorite scents of Autumn. Nose your way around the tour & awaken your "sense"- abilities
A Guide to Winter Squash
The Oh My Veggies comprehensive guide to winter squash! All about the different varieties of winter squash, how to cook them, how to store them and more.
Your Ultimate Fall Pumpkin Guide
It’s officially fall tomorrow, so let’s get ready in the best way humanly possible starting today with a pumpkin education. I am so absolutely obsessed with fall that I usually just di…
Staub Enameled Cast Iron Pumpkin Cocotte
Celebrate the fall harvest with a collectible kitchen-to-table cocotte in the natural shape of a pumpkin. Cast iron's unparalleled ability to retain heat makes this piece a great choice for slow-cooking the season's signature soups, stews, pot roasts and braises. As practical as it is beautiful, the cocotte features Staub's innovative enamel coating for superior performance, style and durability. Sculptural base and lid replicate pumpkin shape, complete with "stem" handle crafted of solid…
Heirloom Harvest Art Print by Garry Gay
Heirloom Harvest art print by Garry Gay. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.