Teacher Thank You Gift ... from Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

It’s hard to believe…but summer’s almost here. And actually…ours has already begun since Brown and Littlest One got out of school last week…whoop whoop!! That said, odds are if your kids are in grade school you’re probably looking for a thoughtful…yet inexpensive…end-of-the-year teacher gift.  So I wanted to help you out by sharing a few […]

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Herb Garden Basics ... Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

Herb gardens are all the craze these days. But that’s really nothing new…herbs have been used for all sorts of reasons for centuries. They’re really easy to grow, have all sorts of uses, and probably give you the biggest bang for your food gardening buck. So if you’re considering trying your hand at growing food […]

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Chinese Snowball Viburnum ... the Perfect Mother's Day Gift - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

Although a few weeks past her prime, the Chinese Snowball Viburnum that graces us with her presence as we drive down our driveway is one of our all-time favorite flowering shrubs. And apparently we’re not alone. We’ve had a number of friends ask … What’s that huge white hydrangea in your front yard? Then just […]

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The Southern Rustic Cabin by Emily Followill - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

A year or so ago I did a post on coffee table books…and how they tell a story about who you are – or at least, what you’re interested in.  Well this week we added The Southern Rustic Cabin by Emily Followill to our coffee table stacks and this is what it says about us… […]

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How to make a Wine Bottle Tiki Torch - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

I can’t stand mosquitoes. Sure…I get that they serve some purpose in the greater ecosystem, but as Brownie often asks me, I’m sometimes left wondering too – “Why did God ever create mosquitoes?!” And I know that I’m not alone. So today’s post is on how-to-make a DIY wine bottle tiki torch – one way to […]

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