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Gardens Beyond Bloom: Autumn in the Flower Garden
Fall marks the end of the bloom season for perennial flowers, but this doesn’t
mean gardens need no longer be attractive. There are a number of perennials that
will continue to provide beauty after bloom, often long into winter.

Visit our Featured Print Gallery: Fall Foliage

Don't Mess with Moose
When you’re hiking and happen upon a moose,
they can appear laid back and they can even be
approached and fed depending on what season it is,
but neither is ever a good idea. If it’s rutting season,
approaching a bull moose is like poking a grizzly
bear with a stick. If you come upon a moose that’s
close by, leave it alone, regardless of how docile it may appear.

Butternut Squash Soup
Fall in New England means hot soups now will replace the cold ones we prefer in
the summer, and
Butternut Squash Soup is our favorite; velvety smooth, it’s
even the color of fall. With a food processor or a food mill it is easy to make, and
it can be made a day or two ahead, a convenience when entertaining.
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Issue #311
October 21, 2011
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