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They say you reap what you sow. When you grow something with Schultz, you'll reap a bountiful crop of benefits for your garden and lawn.
They say you reap what you sow. When you grow something with Schultz, you'll reap a bountiful crop of benefits for your garden and lawn.

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Looking for a family fun Thanksgiving project that you will be able to cherish for years? Try a "Give Thanks" jar! This great project will add a personal touch to your Thanksgiving decorations by bringing the family together for this simple and fun project! http://ow.ly/BzOiO
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Among the many benefits and uses for herbs, flavoring food is commonly practiced by many people. Herbs can be dried or fresh and used in a wide variety of foods. Here are some of the most common herbs and the dishes they can be used with: http://ow.ly/BzO04
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It’s really easy to start your own indoor garden! Many people also find gardening to be one of the best ways to alleviate stress. Once you get your garden started, you’ll love the results! Here’s how to get started: http://ow.ly/BzO6n
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Citrus plants can be enjoyed year round by planting them in containers. They can be successful both indoors and out with these few guidelines: http://ow.ly/BzNO6 http://ow.ly/i/6UpIK
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Happy Halloween! Have a safe & fun time trick-or-treating!
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Check out this adorable pumpkin costume! What are you dressing as this year?
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Preparing your trees, shrubs, perennials, and roses for winter is very important. Harsh winter conditions make unprotected plants more susceptible to disease and damage. Luckily, there are only a few things you can do to prepare your plants for winter weather. Follow this easy guide for best results: http://ow.ly/BzNHN
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Disposing of your leaves by burning or throwing in the garbage are considered inorganic and harmful to the environment. The less we burn and throw away, the greener our planet will be. It’s all about reducing and reusing! Check out these alternatives to getting rid of fall leaves along with some fun crafts and activities: http://ow.ly/BzNyq
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Here is a helpful checklist for the fall: http://ow.ly/BzNmk
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During the fall season plants and trees are starting to prepare for the winter and shorter days. To help them get ready, follow these simple watering tips to keep your plants thriving throughout the fall and strengthen them for the winter: http://ow.ly/BzN5U
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