C.R. Gibson Magnetic, 75 Sheet, Shopping List Pad, Perfect For Notes & Doodles, Measures 4.5" x 9.25" - Botanic Garden

by C.R. Gibson
Price: $14.49
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Features:
  • Inspire organization with coordinating recipe cards, pocket organizers and recipe card file boxes in the Botanic Garden collection
  • Shopping list pad has 75 lined sheets to help keep you and your kitchen organized
  • Magnetized back keeps your grocery list where you put it

Product description

The Botanic Garden Collection is a true British classic with a tasteful floral china pattern created by the celebrated designer Susan Williams-Ellis. Portmeirion's Botanic Garden motif remains as fresh and exciting as it was when it was first launched in 1972. When you want the best in party and giftware, trust CR Gibson. From memory books to note cards and every day to special events, CR Gibson has meant quality and style for more than 140 years.



Primitives By Kathy Tea Towel- "Wine Is Always a Good Idea"

by Primitives by Kathy
Price: $8.46
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Features:
  • 28" Square
  • Cotton
  • Whimsical Towel

Product description

28" Square. Cotton. WINE IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA

Today's Coop- Chicks, Bugs and Compost Cookies

I read a great tip last week from a gardener in Texas who uses pennies from her change jar to surround Hostas as a slug deterrent. Slugs won't cross copper because it imparts a slight electric charge when they touch it. Who doesn't have a handful of pennies in a purse or a pocket, on the kitchen counter or in a cup holder in the car? I potted up some beautiful spring flowers this week; pansies, Johnny jump-ups, petunias and Sweet Williams. Mom always called them "Pinks," I think because the edges of each petal look like someone has taken pinking shears to them! They are of the Dianthus family and in Arkansas they can be an annual, biennial or a perennial depending on how severe our winters are.  I saw a great idea on Pinterest this week to start a compost bin. Why we haven't done this before now escapes me, it's been on my To-Do list every year. Grandma had a little metal bucket that she used for kitchen scraps that set on the counter, handy for peelings and egg shells. They were added to the compost pile at the edge of the garden along with grass clippings. Grandpa would turn it over with a pitchfork that set nearby and in no time, the mixture turned into rich soil. If you've been wanting to have a compost bin too, just go down in your yard. They are saying this is shaping up to be a very bad year for ticks. If you time it just right, these frequent showers will water in the granules for you! It may say Flea and Tick on the bag, but this easy to use pest killer eliminates cockroaches, spiders, cutworms, scorpions and many other insects. To keep them out of your home, you need to treat your yard.


Creamables
1 1/2 sticks butter
3/4 cup dark brown sugar
1/4 cup white sugar
2 tablespoons dry, used coffee grounds (this is NOT a misprint, save them from this morning's coffee!)
Wet Ingredients
1 egg
1 tablespoon vanilla
Dry Ingredients
1 cup oatmeal
1 cup...

Sweet William Floral and Design Preview

Introduction to Sweet William Floral and Design...we want to show everyone what we have to offer! From fresh flowers and balloons, to unique gifts and home decor, take a peek into our shop and see what Sweet William is about.

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  1. Today's Coop- Chicks, Bugs and Compost Cookies
    I potted up some beautiful spring flowers this week; pansies, Johnny jump-ups, petunias and Sweet Williams. Mom always called them "Pinks," I think because the edges of each petal look like someone has taken pinking shears to them!
  2. Springtime Inspiration: A Tablescape And Menu
    To make it special, I enlisted the help of a dear friend, Beth Horta, the florist, author and photographer behind the beautiful blog Sweet Sabelle. Beth came over with a trunk-full of spring flowers -- purple and pink sweet peas, bright green viburnum,
  3. Gloucester County Times - NJ.com Dining Out: Woodbury's Marlene mangia bene
    By Victoria Williams/Gloucester County Times View full sizeStaff photos by Joe WarnerOcean's Garden with sautéed jumbo shrimp, lump crabmeat and fresh baby leaf spinach in a blush sauce over capellini at Marlene mangia bene. Located along South Broad
  4. Honey business a sweet success
    Samantha E. Williams/DNJ By the numbers MURFREESBORO – Her grandparents had kept bees, so it really isn't strange that Loretta Ewing would decide to do so. She developed one swarm into about 70000 that can produce as many as five gallons of honey in a
  5. Globe and Mail How Dollarama turns pocket change into billions
    Today happens to be February 14, and Rossy stops in front of a selection of artificial flowers. “I won't present you with a bouquet, even though it's Valentine's Day.” We are in a shop, but only in a sense: We're in the basement laboratory of Dollarama

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  1. 40x27 SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH by JACK VETTRIANO http://t.co/gMYCGMIT 36x48 MONASTERY by ROGER WILLIAMS http://t.co/VmrMRX9w http://t.co/CjBtnBtv
  2. I've been bought 'Sweet Williams' flowers by a dear person. They're helping to make a somewhat sour Williams feel slightly better.

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  1. At long last, William Terry can use his toilet in peace.

    A city judge ruled on Thursday that Oak Ridge, Tenn., authorities were out of line when they issued a citation against Terry for the porcelain commode doubling as a flowerpot on his front lawn, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports.
  2. How often do you get two royal weddings in the space of four months? Although Zara and Mike’s was a much more low key affair than William and Kate’s, we still had the opportunity to admire the outfits, size up the flowers and of course, see just what they were wearing on their heads.
  3. Who knew the royal wedding would have anything to do with cars? Well, for those who chose sweet, blessed sleep over the watching the royal wedding, you missed the Prince and his new bride driving off in a classic Aston Martin DB6 Volante.

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  1. Carnation - the fairest of the season!
    Are our carnations...," wrote William Shakespeare. Flushed with prettiness, sweet fragrance, splendid hues and good luck, this January flower has fascinated and inspired many great souls and romantic at heart. Grown and cultivated with a lot of care and ...
  2. Williams, Evelyn Poole
    Mrs. Williams ... 3943 Sweet Pond Rd. Greenwood, FL 32443 with James and Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel directing. Family will receive friends Tuesday January 2, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Cypress Grove Assembly of God in Dellwood. Flowers accepted or ...
  3. Williams obit
    Evelyn Poole Williams ... 3943 Sweet Pond Rd. Greenwood, FL 32443 with James & Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel directing. Family will receive friends Tuesday, January 2, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Cypress Grove Assembly of God in Dellwood. Flowers accepted ...
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Sweet William
Photo by theknightlifephotography on Flickr

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A flowering head of Sweet William, Dianthus barbatus, I believe, from my wife's flower garden. Enhanced contrast, using The Gimp. I like the purple anthers, don't you? The flowering head is approximately the size of a...
Photo by Martin LaBar on Flickr

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Photo by Adam Tomkó on Flickr

Sweet williams flowers
Sweet williams flowers
Sweet William - Autumn / Winter bedding
Sweet William - Autumn / Winter bedding
Sweet William Seeds - "Tall Single Mix" Dianthus barbatus
Sweet William Seeds - "Tall Single Mix" Dianthus barbatus