HAPPY EARTH DAY! THIS YEAR'S THEME IS: CLIMATE STABILITY WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?A lot actually! You can use energy wisely by doing all of the following: unplugging electronics when you aren't using them installing a programmable thermostat using energy efficient light bulbs implementing strategies to keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer with out heat or air conditioning. This can include strategies like opening windows in the early morning to let cool air in and closing window coverings during the day to block out sun and lower the indoor temperature. You can also reduce your impact by using cold water for laundry and either hang-drying clothes or using wool dryer balls to reduce drying time. WOOL DRYER BALLS We recommend...
SPRING IS FOR GROWING
GROW A HONEY BEE HABITAT
PLANT A BEE FRIENDLY GARDEN WITH THIS KIT!
WHAT IS IN THE EGG CARTON?Open Pollinated Wildflower Seeds, Starter Soil, Growing Instructions, Bee Gardening Booklet & 100% Recycled Fiber Egg Carton PlanterWHAT SEEDS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS MIX?Basil, Blanketflower, California Poppy, Cape Forget-Me-Not, China Aster, Chinese Forget-Me-Not, Corn Poppy, Dwarf Sulfer Cosmos, Lacy Phacelia, Lance-Leaved Coreopsis, Lavender Hyssop, New England Aster, Prairie Coneflower, Purple Coneflower, Purple Prairie Clover, Rockcress, Scarlet Cinquefoil, Siberian Wallflower, Slender Mountain Mint, Sweet MigonetteIT'S FOR THE BEESThis colorful collection of perennial and annual wildflowers will provide nectar and pollen throughout the growing season.BEES WILL SHOW THEIR APPRECIATION FOR YOUR TRIBUTE BY VISITING OFTEN!
KEEP YOUR INDOOR SPACE GREEN:
HYDROPONIC MASON JARS
COLD WEATHER WON'T STOP US 🌱HELLO SAGE, CHAMOMILE, & MINT.
These hydroponics systems are a soil-free method for cultivating plants. They are self watering and push nutrients to the plants roots so they require minimal care. They are great for growing in a kitchen window, brightening up an office, or adding a fresh fragrance to any room.
Spring has officially sprung! Flowers are blossoming, bees are pollinating, and we're trading our favorite hot tea blends for bright, refreshing iced tea blends! With the warmer weather, I find myself outside daydreaming about how to make my garden look even more amazing this year! Did you know that your used tea leaves can be repurposed in your garden? Keep reading to learn how to help your garden thrive by repurposing your used tea leaves! 👇 Your garden receives lots of benefits when adding recycled tea leaves to it. Tea leaves have a high nitrogen content, and they add nutrients to your plants as the tea leaves slowly release them into the soil. The soil drainage also increases, which helps with...