Feeling creative? Check out the Learn + Share area for several great DIY projects. Our step-by-step slideshows will inspire you to create. One of the projects is an Adirondack-themed wedding centerpiece, below, which features items gathered from the woods—pine cones and birch bark—in combination with Ivory Pillar LED Candles, twine and a large wooden bowl.
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If you have a do-it-yourselfer on your gift list, consider one of our DIY kits. New this year is the Mozzarella and Ricotta Homemade Cheese Kit, a fun and easy way to make cheese in just 30 minutes. Our DIY cheesemaking kit contains enough ingredients to make 30 batches — just add milk. Kit includes […]
See all of our lights in Holiday Lighting For more inspiration, see our slideshow Decorating With Light. Looking for something distinctive and nature-inspired to light up your holiday display? Consider our new Fiber Optic Dragonfly String Light. The glowing dragonflies have glittering wings that cycle through a spectrum of colors. Because the string is battery-powered, […]
Sometimes an idea just comes together. Last weekend, we went to a corn maze with the kids and bought a dozen miniature white and orange pumpkins, which inspired this display on our mantel. The Halloween lights (shaped like candy corn) give a real autumnal glow when reflected off the gourds. The Micro Dot Lights would […]
To get rid of fruit flies, the easy and efficient solution is to buy a trap. We offer some beautiful options, including a crackle-glass pear that looks nothing like a trap. However, if you are looking for a DIY solution, here are some of the best ideas from the employee-owners of Gardener’s Supply: Ann: My […]
When it comes to humble, hardworking products, our Boot Tray makes the top of the list. It’s simple, sturdy and contains the mess. Nothing fancy. In recent years, our customers have shown us that the Boot Tray is not just for boots. Shop for Boot Trays However you decide to use our trays, they are […]
This year’s Vermont Farm Show in Essex Junction showcased the remarkable range of farm products raised, crafted and sold in the state and, in some cases, nationwide. Here’s a sampling of vendors at the show. Where did that big green egg come from? An emu! Find more photos at the Vermont Farm Show web site. […]