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The Season of Gratitude

Updated: Dec 15, 2021

Hello Gardeners!

November is somewhat of a transitional month. It's that time right before the holiday season where we stop and reflect on what we have, show gratitude, and pay forward some of our good fortune. The cornucopia, also known as the 'horn of plenty', is a symbol that is often associated with this time of year because of its representation of the harvest, abundance, and good fortune.

Rachel Ruysch, "Fruit, a nest, a lizard and insects in a wood", oil on canvas

During this time of year, we look for ways to encourage 'gardeners' of all ages to show gratitude for their 'flowers' and appreciate their gardens. This year in particular given our recent shift in perspectives, we find ourselves grateful for the opportunity to 'safely' see family and friends, we are grateful for our health, we honor those who are working tirelessly to protect us - the list goes on and on.

So today, we have the perfect goodie for you to share with loved ones for this special time of year. Keep reading to see what's in these sweet & salty cornucopias!

What you'll need:

Brown paper (you can also use a waffle cone if you have this!)