Small Business Saturday Is Nov. 26 
Friday, November 18, 2011, 08:00 AM - Christmas


Saturday, Nov. 26 is Small Business Saturday - the day everyone across the country comes out to support their favorite local businesses.

We appreciate your business & hope to see you then!

For more information, watch the video or visit Facebook.com/SmallBusinessSaturday.
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7 Cute Things to Do with Pinecones 
Thursday, November 17, 2011, 08:00 AM -
It was difficult to choose just a few!


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Christmas Garland Decorating Ideas 
Wednesday, November 16, 2011, 08:00 AM -
There are so many fun & unique ways to dress up garland. See below for inspiration, then grab some lights, berries, trimmings and go!



Credits:
Garland & Stars
Garland & Silver Ornaments
Garland & Reindeer
Garland on Fireplace Mantel
Garland & Christmas Stockings
Garland & Red Wreaths
Garland & Photos
Garland on Hutch
Garland Above and Around Mirror
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Front Entrance Ideas for the Holidays 
Tuesday, November 15, 2011, 08:00 AM -
Check out these lovely ways to warm up your front entrance.

Lawn King has all the Christmas greenery you need to recreate these festive looks - or your own special design, including: wreaths, garland, swags, boughs, spruce tips and fresh-cut Christmas trees from 2 to 18 feet tall.



Credits:
Trio of Wreaths - Lanterns
Trio of Wreaths - Red Ornaments
Letter "B" Wreath
Spruce Tips in Planter Boxes
Garland & Lights Wrapped Around Tomato Cages
Cranberries & Candle in Glass Vases
Decorated Old-Fashion Sled
Blue Ornaments on Christmas Tree
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Door Swag Decorating Ideas 
Monday, November 14, 2011, 08:00 AM -
Instead of the usual wreath, why not try a decorated swag on your front door this Christmas season? Lawn King sells both undecorated and decorated swags.

We loved these swag ideas & wanted to share them with you!



Credits:
Gold & Gray Striped Bow
Red & Gold Striped Bow
Plaid Bow & Pinecones
Happy Holidays Bow
Red and Green Check Bow
Red Berries & Pinecones
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Outdoor Christmas Planters - at Lawn King 
Sunday, November 13, 2011, 08:21 PM -
Our outdoor Christmas planters disappear as fast as we can make them. Get yours before they're gone! Many styles to choose from.





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Christmas Tree Decor @ Etsy 
Monday, November 7, 2011, 08:00 AM -
We look forward to seeing you and your family this Christmas season when you stop in for your fresh-cut Christmas tree! We sell all 5 popular varieties from 2 to 18 feet tall.

In the meantime, we thought we would kick off the holiday season with these fabulous, handmade Christmas trees we found at Etsy.com.



Christmas Tree Leather Journal
Christmas Tree Gift Card Holders
Sterling Silver Christmas Tree Pendant
Christmas Tree Gift Tags
Wine Cork Christmas Tree

Starfish Christmas Tree
Christmas Tree Charm
Christmas Tree Tote
Clove Christmas Tree Topiary
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Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Pumpkins 
Friday, October 21, 2011, 08:42 AM -
We have every size, shape and type of pumpkin you can imagine - perfect for carving or decorating.

Don't forget... our annual Pumpkin Carving Days is next weekend! It's a great event for kids of all ages. Carve your pumpkin here, then leave the mess to us. For more information, see Pumpkin Carving Days dates, times and more.


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Christmas Planters - Workshop 
Thursday, October 20, 2011, 11:02 AM - Gardening
Join us Saturday, Nov. 19 - 1-3pm for a Christmas planter-making demonstration by Heidi Heiland - as seen on Kare 11.

Cost:
$18 - Garden Club Members
$23 - Non-members

After the demonstration, create your own Christmas planter! Bring your own planter or buy one here. Lawn King also sells spruce tips, boughs, twigs and other greenery.

Reserve your spot today!



More information about Heidi:
Heidi on Kare 11
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Japanese Beetles: Q&A  
Wednesday, August 10, 2011, 08:00 AM - Landscaping

[Photo credit: Jeff Hahn]

The Extension Office at the U of M recently published an informative article about the Japanese Beetle. Here is just a snippet...

Q: Are there any non-chemical methods for managing Japanese Beetles?

A: The best method is physical removal. A good way to do this is to take a pail of soapy water and brush them off or pick them off by hand so they end up in the pail. The soapy water kills them. If you just knock them off plants, they will fly and return to them. It is best to do this right away in the morning or in evening when they are less active.

For the complete Q&A, go to the University of Minnesota's website.
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