Venus is too close to the sun to be seen until December, when it will return to the evening sky. Mars is visible after sunset through the end of the year. Jupiter is an evening star in November and December. … Continue reading →
Finish planting tulips in November. If tulip bulbs are to be left in the ground several years, set them ten or twelve inches deep. Plant paper-white narcissi in pots indoors about November 14 for bloom on Christmas Day. If there … Continue reading →
NOVEMBER Blankets, Children’s clothes, Coats for women and children, Kitchen ranges, Water heaters, Suits for men and boys. Look for bargains in the produce aisle on Apples, Cranberries, Grapefruit, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Mushrooms, Pumpkins and Winter squash. Also Bread and … Continue reading →
October Almanac October Birthstone: Opal or Tourmaline October Flower: Calendula or Cosmos Friday October 3 Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, begins at sundown. Saturday October 4 Fall Harvest Festival today at Mountain Home. Wednesday October 8 Sukkot, the … Continue reading →
The Moon is new. Planting by the Moon: during the Moon’s first quarter, plant leaf vegetables like lettuce and other vegetables growing above ground that have seeds that are not eaten.