Crossroads Gardens: Thanksgiving on the beach

Hickory Sweetgum

Leave the autumn leaves as we go straight to winter. Do not use every leaf to make your yard look clean. It is not natural. Leaves replenish the soil with nutrients that feed your grass, and keep insects at bay, feeding birds. Even junkos and cardinals dig like a chicken in the leaf litter, but wild turkey is skilled at leaf handling. The leaves act as a decay and discourage the growth of living weeds that hide in the grass during the winter.

Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing. It took three days to get there. The first day of lunch was at Kum ‘n Go. Who knows, gas station fast food dishes include quinoa / brown rice bowl with chicken thighs, boiled onions, sliced ​​mashed potatoes and corn on the cob? He stayed overnight outside Memphis.

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