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Rain Barrels

Rain Barrels are one of those garden tools that seem like a no brainer. You have free money raining down on your roof, why not capture it?? (yes, it called for two question marks) There is nothing better for your plants, veggies and ponds than rain water. The water in our tap is filled with chemicals …

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Water Conservation, (We are long over due)

Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink?  It’s no surprise that after years of record droughts and historic heat waves that people would be thinking of ways to conserve water, but the truth is that water conservation is long overdue. Contrary to popular belief, the drought didn’t begin two years ago it actually …

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Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day April 22nd, here are some simple suggestions for a few ways you can make some big changes in the impact we have on our beautiful planet. One of the easiest ways is to choose native and adaptive plants. Native (indigenous to an area) and adaptive (adapted to our climate but …

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