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This week, Don Kinzler addresses how to make a poinsettia bloom, whether herbicide-treated yard clippings are safe for compost and when to remove the stakes from a new tree.
In this week's Growing Together column, Don Kinzler lists several perennials that offer a mix of fall blooms. "Fall-blooming perennials usher the growing season out with a flair," Kinzler writes.
Food columnist Sarah Nasello writes, "While you could use only plain water, chicken stock is an easy and affordable alternative, and it adds great flavor and nutrition to the soup."
In this week's Fielding Questions column, Don Kinzler addresses how to prevent woodpecker damage, improving tulip blooms and collecting seeds from flowers.
In this week's Growing Together column, Don Kinzler tackles several frequently-asked questions about a wide variety of trees.
The three-bedroom, three-bathroom Duluth home features vaulted ceilings, an indoor pool, natural woodwork, a fireplace and oodles of built-ins, shag carpeting with carpets and vanities to match.

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Sauteed onions, tender chicken and a touch of heat make this simple recipe a crowd-pleaser.
Think of old-school garlic bread, the kind where the garlic smacks you in the face, strong and fragrant, topped with a mound of golden-brown mozzarella that still appears to be bubbling even after it has been pulled from the oven. Now combine those flavors in a dip and serve with toasted crostini.
Gardening columnist Don Kinzler also explains why tomatoes sometimes crack, and if it's OK to transplant a dogwood now.

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