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TIP OF THE DAY: Deck The Table


This tree can be eaten after the holidays.
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Pretty topiary “Christmas trees” made of rosemary, a foot high or slightly taller, are available at florist shops and Christmas tree lots. (The one in the photo stands 18″ tall, including the festive base.)

  • Use them to decorate tables and add fragrance to rooms during the holidays and throughout the winter.
  • Why not augment the Christmas tree with miniature tree emissaries in other rooms?
  • The rosemary, of course, can (and should) be snipped and used to flavor and garnish dishes when the season is over.

    While it looks lovely indoors year-round, you can plant the tree outside. And, it makes a charming holiday gift.

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