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Colour Our World Brown

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Where does the time go? Here we are already at the end of November with Christmas just around the corner! This month we have chosen to feature the colour brown. Not my favourite colour, but it is a staple neutral tone and one found in nature and gardening in multiple ways.

Our group called PROJECT BEAUTIFUL has created a series of posts for you to enjoy, so dig in:

COLOUR OUR WORLD POSTS

Susan from Blooming Secrets writes about Brown-The Natural Colour, how as our gardens go through the seasons this natural colour is all around us. Did you know there were Chocolate Sunflowers?

Colour our world brown with Sensible Gardening

Teri at The Freshman Cook will show you how to Decorate Acorn Sugar Cookies. They almost look too good to eat!

Colour our world brown with Sensible Gardening

Lee at A Guide to NorthEastern Gardening shares The Many Shades of Brown with the changing garden. A beautiful colour in nature.

Colour our world brown with Sensible Gardening

Terri of Our Good Life will show you how to make Homemade Cough Drops.

Colour our world brown with Sensible Gardening

Kim is in the kitchen at Day to Day Adventures cooking up a storm preparing Brown Bag Low Carb Freezer Chimichangas. Get the kids in there helping you.

Colour our world brown with Sensible Gardening

Karen from Garden Chick wrote Turn a Brown Garden Green. Lots of information for growing cover crops.

Colour our world brown with Sensible Gardening

Yours truly wrote about Chocolate Brown Gardening where  you are introduced to many wonderful plants you can grow to embrace this colour to add a dash of mystery to your garden.

Colour our world brown with Sensible Gardening

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About Lynne Cherot

It's been a life time of gardening and many years of working in the nursery trade, but now I enjoy exploring and creating in my own gardens and farm fields . I'm passionate about gardening and work alongside my husband who takes care of our apiary. Bees & flowers make a great team! Hopefully by sharing my garden knowledge, your gardening will be easier and more enjoyable.
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