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Fabulous Container Dahlias

Dahlias. Root Warrior Container Gardens. Love Dahlias.

Fabulous Container Dahlias

Container Dahlias...a Success Story Crystal from Port Orchard, Washington loves Dahlias. "First of all…I love…love…love the Root Warrior! My Dahlias have never looked so fabulous. I have received compliments from all over! Raising Dahlias with the Root Warrior even surpassed my in-ground experience. The stalks were much stronger so I didn't have to stake them and some are now over 5 feet tall." "It's been an amazing prolific year that I literally have given bouquet after bouquet to everyone around me. The Root Warrior worked so well, I am considering planting other plants with them as well."—Crystal When she learned...

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Apple Brown Betty Recipe and Winning the War

Here's how the 'greatest generation' sacrificed for us at home and abroad. After the Pearl Harbor attack, the government rationed foods beginning with sugar but soon including butter, milk, cheese, eggs, coffee, meat, and canned goods. U.S. citizens could not purchase sugar and other foods without government-issued food coupons. In order to provide U.S. soldiers with the nutrition required for strength and vitality, posters like "Sugar Rationing" urged Americans to reduce their personal consumption of sugar. And to keep America's military rolling the U.S. government enforced rationing rules on gasoline, tires, shoes, and clothing. And here is the recipe to...

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Victory Garden T-Shirts are now available

My…how time passes by. The 100th anniversary of World War I is just months away—2017. At first, we wonder what's to celebrate. War is such a cruel, ugly thing and seldom a welcome topic. But history is what it is and we don't want to forget all the great humanitarian efforts Americans contributed. In honor of that greatest generation, we respectfully recreate vintage WW I and II promotional posters. It has been said, "the first casualty of war is innocence." Our T-shirt imagery will serve as an educational and conversational tool for new generations to share today…least history repeats itself....

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