Yes You Can!
Just because it is the end of the summer doesn't mean that you have to stop vegetable gardening. All you need to do is move it indoors. I know it sounds rather crazy, but it really can be done. There are some vegetables that can be grown inside the house, in pots. With the right planting and care, you can be eating healthy, homegrown vegetables all winter long. Whether you start from seed or from nursery starter plants there are five things you must do in order to insure health, good growth and maximum bearing in your indoor vegetable plants. Nothing is 100 % guaranteed, but following these tips will greatly increase the chances of indoor veggie growing success.
A Delicious Meal Made in One Pot!
Pasta is a great choice for autumn dinners, and this recipe is one of my favorites because you simply prepare the food and toss it in a pot; less than 20 minutes later you have a scrumptious meal. Serve with bread or a salad, and you are rocking dinner with only one pot to clean!
I love to decorate pumpkins for Halloween. I have tried many different ways of doing it, from carving to drilling to painting. All of them turned out pretty good, if I do say so myself. Last year, for the first time, I tried decorating my pumpkins with a drill. The patterns came out fabulous and tricker treaters loved them. I also try to paint a few to set on the porch so that they can be enjoyed longer. Uncut pumpkins can last for weeks!
Every year I go web surfing for innovative and unique ideas for decorating my pumpkins. This year I was just blown away by all the cool things that I ran across. I am definitely going to pick up a dremel tool, which looks like it would make etching or scoring pumpkins to be easy and quick. For only $20, it would be worth it! So I wanted to share with you a dozen of the coolest things I found this year for decorating pumpkins.
So without further ado: 12 Unique Ways to Decorate Your Halloween Pumpkin
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