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Flower arranging has never been simpler or more enticing. The women behind Studio Choo, the hottest floral design studio in the country, have created a flower-arranging bible for today's aesthetic. Filled with an array of stunning, easy-to-find flowers, it…

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Sake began with a grain of rice. Scotch emerged from barley, tequila from agave, rum from sugarcane, bourbon from corn. Thirsty yet? In The Drunken Botanist , Amy Stewart explores the dizzying array of herbs, flowers, trees, fruits, and fungi that humans have,…

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“ . . . a sort of David Sedaris-like take on knitting—laugh-out-loud funny most of the time and poignantly reflective when it’s not cracking you up.†–Library Journal on Yarn…

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Gardeners, like everyone, are too short on time and money to waste either on plants that only look good for a few weeks. You want hardworking, eye-catching plants that provide beauty for multiple seasons. You want powerhouse plants—plants with colorful…

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North Americans are experiencing challenging times with food inflation, looming energy shocks, climate change and the economic crisis. They are looking for ways to save money and inflation-proof themselves from rising food and energy costs. They are also burned…

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The most unique tribute to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton—instructions for a handknit wedding scene complete with 8 dolls and a foldout Westminster Abbey so that you can display your creations. The most unique tribute to the…

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Typically, vegetable gardening is about the long view: peas sown in spring aren't harvested until summer, and tomatoes started indoors in February can't be eaten until July. But it's not true for all plants. Some things can be planted and eaten in…