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Projects and ideas for late winter

Jan 05 Build a suet feeder and more as part of the winter citrus project
Jan 10 Pack yellow cornmeal, peanut butter, chopoped suet, raisins, cracked corn, bird seed, or chopped peanuts into pine cones.
Jan 10 Hang the packed pine cones from tree limbs as bird feeders.
Jan 15 Feed the birds! remember to give them fresh water too. They also need grit or fine sand available to help digest their food.
Jan 20 Build birdhouses.
Jan 22 Begin saving onion skins for Easter egg dye or basket dye.
Jan 25 Look at the bones of your garden. You may gain a deeper appreciation of the beauty of your garden.
Jan 27 Plan any structural changes to your garden.
Jan 31 Order seeds for the garden.
Feb 01 Make a heart-shaped box or basket for Valentine's Day.
Feb 03 Treat yourself to an herbal bath.
Feb 05 Start a compost pile
Feb 10 Prune grapevines. Gather the long pieces of the vine and tie in neat bundles for use in baskets and wreaths.
Feb 15 Force some flowers to bloom. Cut bouquets of forsythia, flowering plum, or quince. Bring the cuttings inside and lace in water.
Feb 20 Look for signs of spring.

Table of contents for Winter:

Birdfeeder, Fruit Salad, and Candied Citrus Peel Project

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