Entries Tagged as 'Holidays'

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Winter Holidays are Coming!

Embed from Getty Images The holidays are coming and this Garden Lady’s thoughts are of the garden and the plants that I want to add to my garden. There are many great gifts online that gardeners may want. But as for this Garden Lady, I cannot wait for plant catalogs to arrive in my mailbox. […]

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Merry Eastern Orthodox Christmas

Merry Christmas to all who celebrate Nativity on January 6 & 7! by fusion-of-horizons I think it should be a rule that everybody celebrate everybody else’s happy holidays so that every month the whole year long is filled with festivities and happy holiday cheer. Now that Christmas and New Year’s Eve and day as most […]

Monday, December 10th, 2012

Keeping your pet safe during the holidays

Untitled by Βethan Pets today are like family and they will be celebrating the holidays this December with their masters. While you are having special foods, you might want to treat your pet to something special. Before you share your holiday food, check the ASPCA’s list of food to see if it is safe to […]

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Native American Foods for Thanksgiving

Cherokee White Eagle Corn Cobs by unhappybrthday This is the time of year to start thinking of recipes for Thanksgiving. There are those who like to make the traditional foods- whatever the traditions are in your family- because with a big feast, your family doesn’t want surprises; they want the comfort foods they have grown […]

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

Celebrate the Bees – National Honey Bee Day – August 18th

Pollinator by macropoulos This Sat., Aug. 18 is National Honey Bee Day. Check out this website to see how you can help the Honeybees. A few things to do Join or contribute to one of the campaigns designed to help the honeybees, including Häagen-Dazs Help the Honey Bees, or The Foundation for the Preservation of […]

Friday, April 6th, 2012

If You’re Celebrating Easter or Passover, TheGardenLady Hopes Your Holiday is Full of Happiness

Darom Adom – CC-BY – Zachi Evenor by Zachi Evenor TheGardenLady wishes all those who celebrate Passover and Easter, a very happy holiday season surrounded by family and friends with good eating. This is a wonderful time to decorate your homes with beautiful flowers. If you would like to have something different instead of the […]

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Want to Know What Flora Jesus Saw?

Mount of Olives flora_2197 by hoyasmeg As this holiday season has been approaching, I have been dreaming that it would be nice to go to the source of the holidays. I am a dreamer. Then I read this post and saw that there is an Ultimate guide to Christmas in Israel where you can not […]

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

Great Christmas Trees You Can Visit

White House tree by afagen December is the month for public Christmas Trees to be lit and Christmas Tree exhibits. Dec. 3rd seems to be the date many of the decorated trees are lit. TheGardenLady thinks everybody can enjoy the lit trees whether you celebrate with decorated trees in your home or not. Traditionally called […]

Monday, November 28th, 2011

Great Gardening Gifts for Christmas

Dear Santa, The holiday season is approaching fast, so shopping has begun with a vengeance. I know that when I give gifts, I want the gift to be the perfect gift for each person; but I want the gift to be a great surprise. I am hoping those who give gifts will also surprise this […]

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

The Jewish Holiday of Tu B’Shevat – The New Year for Trees

Today is “Tu Be Shvat” The New Year for Tree in the Jewish Calendar by Ari Hahn Today is a holiday that is celebrated by Jewish people around the world and especially in Israel. The holiday is The New Year for Trees, called Tu B’ Shevat. The Dan Nature Preserve in December by Dara Date […]