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Thankful for 2015 and Welcoming 2016

Before we speak of a New Year, I want to revisit our December Christmas meeting. The handbell choir, the singing of carols, and the extravagant and delicious lunch—all paved the way for a fun, exiting and rewarding event. With the … Continue reading

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Save the Date 2/28: For February’s Exciting Fundraiser

Our major fund raiser for the year will be Art Among the Flowers with Arva Moore Parks and her new book, George Merrick Son of the South Wind, at Coral Gables Congregational United Church of Christ 3010 De Soto Boulevard on … Continue reading

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A wonderful addition to any garden . . . and easy

Begonia, Pink Coccinia . . . a wonderful cane, or angel wing begonia. This begonia is best grown in pots as are all cane of begonias in our area. Their roots are very tasty to nematodes, those nasty critters which abound in … Continue reading

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Come Ye Thankful People, Come . . .

As you read this, Thanksgiving Day will have passed, but having an “attitude of gratitude” can be for 365 days a year. Thanksgiving is the antidote for anxiety. In these anxious and unsure days both in our nation and our … Continue reading

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Edible Ground Cover to Grow and Munch . . . Sisso Spinach

It is Sissoo Spinach, also known as Brazilian Spinach, or Samba Lettuce and is well suited for our hot and humid summers. It makes a wonderful edible ground cover and will tolerate up to 50 percent shade. It works very … Continue reading

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