Hello world, fresh blog here!

May 29, 2016

Hello friends!

Thank you for visiting our fresh new blog, Sugar & Sap. I am so excited to share a little bit of our world with you. I know their are plenty of blogs to choose from these days, and I want you to know that our blogs will feature original content ranging from landscaping & gardening tips to farmer approved recipes, DIY crafts, and more. I take my own images and write all of my own blogs. No robots, reposts, or copycats here. We truly hope to inspire you to enjoy your home even more; inside and out. Feel free to contact me with any questions or recommendations. I always love to hear from you all, and I want this blog to provide a creative and inspirational community for all.



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Treating & Preventing Bagworms

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Hello friends! Thank you for visiting our fresh new blog, Sugar & Sap. I am so excited to share a little bit of our world with you. I know their are plenty of blogs to choose from these days, and I want you to know that our blogs will feature original content ranging from landscaping & … Continue reading “Hello world, fresh blog here!”



P. Allen Smith's Buttermilk Pecan Pie

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Hello friends! Thank you for visiting our fresh new blog, Sugar & Sap. I am so excited to share a little bit of our world with you. I know their are plenty of blogs to choose from these days, and I want you to know that our blogs will feature original content ranging from landscaping & … Continue reading “Hello world, fresh blog here!”



Tips & Tricks for Growing Irises

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Hello friends! Thank you for visiting our fresh new blog, Sugar & Sap. I am so excited to share a little bit of our world with you. I know their are plenty of blogs to choose from these days, and I want you to know that our blogs will feature original content ranging from landscaping & … Continue reading “Hello world, fresh blog here!”



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    1. Hi Paige, thanks for the kind words. The pressure washer will hurt the tree, so skip that and just apply the insecticide and then be patient and the black sooty mold will disappear over time.

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