While working on my email to you for this week, I got the following email below from our partner, Botanical Interests Seeds. I had no idea the fires of December 30th 2021 were so close to them. Read how they are giving back to their community.
With today being Earth Day, I wanted to share this blog post from one of our partners of AgriTech Corp, SoilKits Christina, who wrote from the heart on her feelings in helping her children learn the importance of protecting our earth. I hope you enjoy this article as much as I did. After you finish, check out their website and their soil kits we are selling. For April 2021, Christina is giving our readers $5 off each kit sold. Just use the code BEHNKES21 when checking out.
Garden Tools make some of the best gifts. Stephanie shares some simple gardening gift ideas when shopping at your local independent garden center; you will be able to find so many terrific gardening ideas for Mother's Day, Weddings, and even House Warming Gifts for the new homeowner you know.
I went to Etsy yesterday because I needed to order a new Christmas Stocking for our kitten. Before I knew it, I was searching for Christmas Facemasks, Because if we have to wear masks, why not have fun with it!
I love these garden stakes. Handmade in America, they have the best sayings. The saying on this one is what my grandmother, Rose Behnke, had in her garden on a little black plaque.
Christmas Already? No, not quite, but it is time to think about your outdoor Holiday decorations. Do you really want to put them up again this year? I recommend our friends Pete and Walter from Zabrene Scapes.
ETSY is the perfect place for artisans to bring their items to you. I have been following Tieghan Gerand for a while now on her Facebook page. Take a few moments and see what beautiful items are included in her collection.
Our four-legged friends steal our hearts, but they sure can wreak havoc on a yard and outdoor living space. Fortunately, there are solutions that don’t involve keeping your rambunctious pup indoors.
Most people think of spring as a time to sample their soil. While that is a great time, fall is just as critical. Your lawn needs the right balance of nutrients to sustain winter hardiness and prepare for a quick spring green up!