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Count on the festive garden season,
December 06, 2011
Don't forget your garden... then you'll save all year

Here's an opportunity to reduce your grocery bills and get some real taste into your cooking with organic gardening.

And you can make someone's work really easier by selecting gardening gifts now for you or your family. It's all online from here - with some nice ideas to make your festivities useful.

In This Issue:


My new page - gardening-gift-basket - includes nice ways to give presents to family and friends, plus a selection of items to improve your kitchen and help you create a healthy natural home. And I'll be adding more...

At last I've posted my new page on organic gardening books. These are highly recommended reads,
They'll answer many of your questions and,
there's probably no better time to enjoy a quality detailed read indoors.

I'm told the weather in Boston has warmed after that initial blast of white stuff. Well it may be late, but my page on winter flowers has been fully updated with lots of exciting plants that you could enjoy from now to spring time. Plus there's winter weather advice, clothes, and snow clearance gear.

Visit my new page on patio gardening for inspiration. I should call it social gardening. You may find a gift there today that will save you when you build your garden tomorrow.

All my pages have links available to American and British gardeners - for gardening there's no other way to do it. So do take a look at my Interchangeable Tool range. They can be both collectable as gifts and so useful. Here's your chance to spoil yourself.

Fragrant fresh flowers are just so beautiful indoors that I had to include them. So whether you grow them or not you'll find advice here on vases, and cutting and keeping your flowers. And you don't need a greenhouse to enjoy them fresh today!

Now if you've just come home after not finding what you were looking for in the shops, go no further. I hope the rest of your shop will be easy to do online and wiser with help from

From: Michael at The Home of The Organic Gardener.

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