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ALEXANDRIA – 'Tis the season for holiday plants to start blooming. Many people may wonder why their Christmas cactus is blooming at Thanksgiving or even earlier. There are actually several popular holiday cacti: the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and less familiar Easter cactus. Despite the name "cactus," these plants are not from the desert; instead, the Thanksgiving and Christmas cacti are both in the Schlumbergera family, and native to the tropical forests of Brazil.
Columnist Sarah Nasello shares recipes for Horseradish-encrusted roasted beef tenderloin, Christmas brunch strata and Pookie’s Christmas ice cream cake.
Read on as Don Kinzler explains how pine trees shed needles, the benefits of clover lawns and preventing powdery mildew.
The National Garden Bureau has declared 2023 to be the Year of the Amaryllis. Celebrate the occasion with these amaryllis tips from gardening columnist Don Kinzler.
This potpourri is the perfect way to make your home smell warm and inviting this Thanksgiving weekend and throughout the holiday season.
In this week's Fielding Questions, Don Kinzler asks readers for help identifying a mystery key found in landscaping soil in north Fargo.

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Gardening columnist Don Kinzler teaches readers about the fruit many will consume over the holidays.
Sarah Nasello is also celebrating by hosting a holiday giveaway series on her blog SarahBakesnd.com.
In this week's Fielding Questions, Don Kinzler offers tips for treating an ailing hoya plant, wintering mandevilla and more.

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