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RSS Feeds at Sunny Gardens

Sunny Gardens is providing some of its popular feeds in RSS format free of charge. Attribution to Sunny Gardens, which is included in each feed, is required. The feeds may be used for commercial purposes, but please notify us as a courtesy.

Below is a list of the RSS feeds available at Sunny Gardens:

Subscribe to 'Botanical Terms of the Day' Botanical Terms of the Day

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Subscribe to 'Flowers and Gifts' Flowers and Gifts

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Subscribe to 'Plants of the Day' Plants of the Day

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Subscribe to 'Recipe of the Day' Recipe of the Day

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Subscribe to 'Sunny Gardens Tweets' Sunny Gardens Tweets

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What is RSS?

RSS (Real Simple Syndication) gives Internet users an easy way to keep up with the latest information being published on their favorite websites. An RSS "feed" consists of headlines from stories that have been recently published, a short synopsis, and a link to the rest of the story. You can organize RSS content from multiple websites in one convenient location, making it easier to stay updated without having to surf each individual site.

How can I use RSS?

In order to take advantage of RSS feeds, you will need to use a news reader - a program that makes it possible to collect and view RSS feeds in one convenient location. They work by periodically retrieving and displaying updates to each subscribed feed. Most news readers are programs that must be downloaded and installed onto your computer, but there are also some popular web-based options available such as My Yahoo!, Google Home, Google Reader, and the Firefox Internet Browser. You may contact us if you have further questions about how to use our RSS feeds.

 

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