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Girls I am so sorry but I just find out out this post in the wrong place? it should be in the one mark 2013? I will try to remember that next post.. again so sorry but so glad you like the tip though.

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I use pine litter as well. We use the light or unscented because we have some rescues that have allergies. All of our fur-babies love it and it is soft on their paws too. It really does cut down on the odor and that makes a difference when you have several litter boxes as we do. We check them 3 times a day and the price in the long run is much cheaper than other litters.

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That sound like a really good idea. I have two cats and this winter I just started using Feline Pine litter which is the best one I have ever used! It isn't a clumping litter but I could never stand the smell of the clay based ones and they always smelled like cat urine within a few hours. Feline Pine smells like sawdust and it doesn't develop an odor for a long time.

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Good idea, I wish I had known that when I had a cat.

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Monday tip: Make a litter box cleaning a breeze? If you have a finicky cat who refuses to use a box with a plastic liner,you know how unpleasant it can be to scrub away sticky clumps on the bottom of the pan every few days. To avoid the messy built up,try this: After washing and drying the litter box as usual,spray the inside with a light layer of cooking spray. Let it air-dry for a few minutes,then pour fresh litter on top. The cooking spray will create a slick barrier that will prevent messes from sticking.

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I did all my carpets with the salt. Let it sit for a day then vacuum up - it worked.

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I HAVE STARTED THE NEW THREAD FOR THE YEAR 2013 emoticon emoticon GO TO THE NEW THREAD emoticon NANCY

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Gailruu that is a good idea and it would look much prettier too. Thanks for the tip please keep them coming in.
Monday Pet Tip: Keep pets away from your tree: Your furry friends must be in the holiday spirit---he keeps trying to lap up the treated water in your Christmas tree-stand. To break him of the habit before he winds up with a serious stomach-ache,spitz the lower branches of the tree with a solution of 5 drops of cinnamon essential oil and 3 oz. of water. Repeat twice a week. Cinnamon's scent bothers cat's and dog's sensitive noses,so he'll steer clear. and as a little bonus,the spice will make your home smell extra festive!

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I have an actual garden hint! I use the plastic boxes I buy lettuce in at Walmart as seed starting trays. I write the name of the seed I am planting on the lid and keep the lid on until the seeds are sprouted under lights. Since I grow a lot of tomatoes for the Master Gardeners plant sale I find the plastic boxes are nice little greenhouses to start things in. For smaller amounts of seeds I even use the little boxes that I buy with strawberries or cherry tomatoes in them.

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Great tip Sharjopaul! this post is getting good with all the tips to help our pets stay healthy and strong? I can see we will be getting a lot more tips coming in.. so please gang keep them coming in...

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Both lavender and peppermint help discourage fleas. I add a little of the oil to the dog shampoo that I use on Dora dog. I also put a little on her collar and some in her bed.

PS. I make a spray with lavender oil, water and glycerin and spray it on me to keep the mosquitos away. Sure smells better and is better for me than all those heavy stinky bug sprays. And it works better for me.

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Beets pickled adn canned wow!! it must be a mild winter in West Washington.. we got 4 inches of snow today here.. and yes been outside already playing and taken pictures too!

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Our poor dog has really suffered from fleas this year, even with the "expensive" medication I have given him! Maybe I will sprinkle his bed with salt. Should I do all the house?
Also I know this is "pet tip" month but hubby just pulled up the rest of the beets yesterday and we pickled and canned them. It must be a fairly mild winter so far. (West. Washington)

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Great tip Mjstark3 never heard of that one so thanks for sharing it with us all!

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We had a flea infestation this year that we could not get rid of. Bathing, meds, spray for the rugs and nothing helped. Finally sprinkled salt on all the rugs, tried new medication and fleas are pretty much gone. Never thought the salt would work, but it is the only thing that did.

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Thank you so much Mjstark3 glad you like the pets tips and remember please if you got any tips of your own please post them love to hear them....

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Love the idea of the pet tips!!!

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Monday tip: Protect a door from scratches: If your four-legged friend likes to scratch a particular door or cabinet, use masking tape to adhere a sheet of sand paper to the trouble spot. The rough sand paper will physically safeguard the door from further damage,and as a bonus,it will serve as a nail file to keep your pet's claws trimmed- without any extra effort from you.

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Great tip going to try planting the lavender got stray cats here and they use my flower bed as their litter box? Thanks for sharing that tip with us all.. once more people check out the pet tips bet we may get a whole lot of tips and ideas?

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I've had rescued kitties for years and they've all been attracted to my houseplants. My vet claims they are not eating on them because they have any issues with their health or tummy etc. but are just curious as cats naturally are. I think that issue is debatable - depending on who you talk to. Anyway, after several vet trips over the years due to my kitties getting sick from chewing on my plants, I finally found out which plants are cat safe and so now only have safer plants in case my cats feel the need to be curious, or I don't have them. You can start by doing a search on line about which plants are safe around pets. As far as outside plants, I feel it's a cruel thing to put hot pepper, etc. out as some people say, to keep cats/dogs away from eating them. Instead I buy and plant throughout my garden different plants/herbs, etc. that have a fragrance that naturally will keep pets away as they tend to not be attracted to. I know for myself citrus plants, lavender, dill, oregano, garlic and basil are just some of the ones I plant. It is worth a try for some out there that have a problem. Also to keep cats away make sure you don't have pet food outside available and cats eventually will move on. If it is your cats that are chewing on outside plants, try planting ones that have fragrance and see if that helps. Some people use moth balls scattered outside and I have heard that works although I've never tried it. All our kitties are indoors now but we've had other cats digging around in the past using part of my garden for a litter box and I planted lavender there and that solved the issue. Just my suggestions but have to see what will work best for your situation. I've never tried the cat grasses but have heard about them.

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Good tip My4kitties thank you for sharing it with us.

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I've been told that cats eat plants because their belly hurts (similar to when we have a bellyache). I think their bellies feel better when they chew on the green leaves. My local pet store recommended getting some cat grass. Apparently, there's something in the cat grass that attracts them to that plant instead of the other house plants. I haven't tried it yet so I don't know how well it works. Hopefully, it will help keep them away from my gerbera daisies (which I plant outside over the summer and place in pots in my kitchen over the winter). I've lost several plants due to chewed off leaves.

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Thank you or the kind words cause was not sure what I was doing or if anyone would stop by and read them? again many thanks friends. You made me feel so much better.

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Great tip! I like this for the Winter non-gardening months! Thank you!

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Monday pet tip: Pet-proof a poinsettia: To prevent your flurry friend from digging up you festive potted flowers( and possibly ingesting the petals,which are mildly toxic),sprinkle a few orange rings on the top of the dirt once a week throughout the holiday season. Since the citrus aroma is too intense for pet's highly developed sense of smell, this will keep your pal at a distance.

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Hello and if no one would object for me to try the pets tips and ideas for the winter time and then will go back to the gardening tips and ideas in the spring then come Monday will if it a try.. I hope no one will object to it? I do not want to hurt no one feelings or step on no one toes either... I cannot wait to give it a try either...

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thank you glad you would not mind me given the pet tips and ideas a try... Gailruu.. I was thinking the same thing about the garden begin winter and the season for gardening is over with too?

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No problem with pet hints this time of year. The temperature is hovering just above zero and the garden is snowed in.

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Hello gang! I would like to asked you if Monday if I could add tips for caring pets, mostly cats and dogs? I would still give the garden tip but just would add a pet tip or ideas and ask you too if you got any tips or ideas to share them too? but want to ask would not want to make any one mad or hurt their feelings? So let me know how you feel about it and if I get the go ahead will start Monday Dec 17

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Monday tip: To keep sunflower heads for winter feed,cover them with panty hose in fall. This will save the bulk of the seeds for the birds that stay in winter.

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Monday tip: to harvest seeds of flowers like cockscomb (celosia ), Put the flowers in a brown paper bag to dry. The seeds soon fall off and can easily be saved.

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Yes! I would have to agree maybe next time in the garage but bet they tasted good in the foods you use for them?

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My son and his best friend picked wild onions and dried them in a dehydrator. He then ground them up and used it as a seasoning for cooking. Since I dried one load at my house I have to say it is really pungent! You might want to do it in a garage instead of in the house.

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Monday tip: What can be done to eliminate wild onions in my lawn? First,mow off the tops,then spray the lawn with a mixture of 1 cup baby shampoo in your 20 gallon hose end sprayer,filling the balance of the sprayer jar with warm water. Then over-spray with any good broadleaf weed killer. This was from Jerry Baker the master gardener?

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Oh! my goodness Gailruu those are good tips and please keep them coming in we are never to old to learn new things! Like I said before" This team rocks!"

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Since the ground is now covered with snow and I want to keep composting as long as I can this year, I use strips of torn newspaper as my "brown" material in my compost pile. By spring, when I turn my pile into the second bin the paper has almost totally disappeared and it helps keep the stack of papers in control. We do recycle them but my DH is a little slow getting them to the recycling center so this helps a lot. I also use them under a more attractive mulch to keep weeds down along the border of my garden.

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The temperature this morning was just above zero. Yesterday we go a few inches of snow and there are a few flakes coming down right now. If you grow blueberries as I do, snow is the best way to keep the flower buds from freezing during extremely cold weather. As soon as I can, I will go out and scrape up as much of it as I can and mound my blueberry plants to protect them so I can enjoy a good crop of berries in July and early August. I gathered oak leaves and pine needles and mulched them in September because they tend to lower the pH of the soil. I also use ammonium sulfate in the spring and whenever they seem to look a little pale to me.

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Really like the idea of the newspaper and leaves. Think I'll give it a try. Thanks

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Monday tip: In fall,cut healthy pest-free annual flowers with a mulching mower and than till everything into the soil. Your soil will be rich and ready for planting in the spring.

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Gailruu that was awesome information, I like that that one so please keep them coming..
Monday tip: Putting your garden to bed? After raking autumn leaves into bags,my friend pile the bags out-of-the-way corner. In spring ,she line the aisles of the garden with old newspapers, then cover them with the bagged leaves. The combination of newspaper and leaves holds in the moisture and minimizes weeds. It also provides a nice place to walk when the rest of the garden is muddy. In fall,all this is turned under for organic matter,and the cycle continues.

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To Preserve Small Branches with Glycerin:

Cut small branches with leaves attached and immediately immerse the stems in a bucket of warm water. Let stand for about 2 hours, away from full sunlight.
Combine 1 part glycerin to 2 parts water in a sauce pan and bring to a boil. Turn down heat and let simmer for 5 - 10 minutes.
Allow solution to cool completely.
Remove the stems from the bucket of warm water and smash the stem ends lightly with a hammer, so there is more surface area for soaking up the solution.
Place the branches into the glycerin solution. Store out of direct sunlight and away from sources of eat until small beads of dew form on the leaves. This means the leaves have absorbed all they can.
Remove the branches and wipe off the leaves.
Hang branches upside down to dry.

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Sue, Some types of magnolias keep their leaves year round where others loose them. They may be using the evergreen ones. The thought just occured to me though that if you could force the buds on them to bloom it would be beautiful in in centerpiece.

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I have a question about gardening and decorating. I see many photos in the Holiday idea magazines for making centerpieces with magnolia stems. I toured my yard yesterday, and the ground under my magnolia is covered with leaves. I'm thinking it will be bare by Christmas. Do any of you have a secret to hold over magnolia stems? Kind of like the reverse of forcing a stem?

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Please keep coming back my friend.. and if you got any tips or ideas to share please tell us love to hear them...

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I am going to try this out too!!! Thanks!

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Hello Gailruu I heard that too? so let us know how it works for you ! Good tip my friend.

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I read somewhere that Gerbera daisies can be kept over the winter and treated like geraniums. Mine are still blooming in a sunny window but once they slow down I will move them to the basement, cut them back and water sparingly until early spring. I don't know for sure that this will work, but I really like them and it is worth trying.

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And for the geeks among us, there are WiFi rain guages. I kid you not!

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