1-WORLD GLOBES Garden Sundials, Armillary Spheres, Gazing Globes and Equatorial Sundials
CASTLE COMPOST Pee Wee's Castle Compost Book Series Help Children Garden Through Composting Fun and Facts.
DAISEYE Lotus Chime, Fiesta Chime Cylinder of Capiz Shells that Tapers Down Makes a Beautiful Visual Statement in any Garden
ENVIRONMENTALLIGHTS.COM Bright LED Bulbs for Landscaping Systems That Reduce Power 90%; LED Christmas and Rope Lights
GREEN FIELD PAPER COMPANY Handmade Grow-A-Note Seed Embedded Paper Using 100% PCW, Hemp Heritage Paper
INPLANT GROW ROOMS Grow Room Enclosures, Processing Rooms, Modular Building Systems are Customized for Commercial Farming-Cultivation Facility.
NATURE'S OWN SOLUTIONS One Simple Organic, Non Toxic Product for All Garden Pest & Turf Insects. Safe for Veggies.
OUTDOOR SOLAR LIGHT STORE Solar Powered Lights to Enhance Your Garden Without Digging Electric Lines or Burning Additional Fossil Fuels
PALOMA POTTERY Garden Stones by Paloma Pottery and Glass. Find Unique Glass Gifts and Home Decor.
THE BIRDHOUSE CHICK Leaf Misters Make Gardens Grow Lush! Entice Butterflies, Hummingbirds, Easy Installation Options.
YARDENVY Enhance Your Outdoor Living Area with Patio Furniture, Birdhouses, Birdfeeders, Birdbaths, Hammocks and Arbors
AMPLE HARVEST Is a unique nationwide resource that is eliminating the waste of food, the outcome being a reduction in hunger and malnutrition along with an improved environment. It is accomplished by utilizing the Internet to enable 42 million Americans who grow food in home/community gardens to easily donate their excess harvest to one of 8,684 registered local food pantries spread across all 50 states. These food pantries help nourish the one out of six Americans (including a quarter of all kids under six ) that rely on these pantries.
IT'S OUR GARDEN: This series, by world renowned organic gardening experts Elizabeth and Crow Miller, features information and advice on sustainable landscapes, organic gardens, and organic farming.
5 Tips for Eco-Friendly Gardening
1 - Try Natural Weed Control
2 - Water Less Frequently but More Deeply
3 - Try Composting
4 - Skip the Fertilizer
5 - Go Native - Buy Locally Adapted Plants
NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE
United States Department of Agriculture
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