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RECALL NOTICE: Blumen Hand Sanitizer

Important Safety Notice on the Blumen Hand Sanitizer In accordance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, we have taken the decision to recall the Blumen Hand Sanitizer products as it has tested positive for methanol contamination. If you have purchased this product, please stop using it immediately and return it to our store where [...]

By |September 17th, 2020|Announcement|Comments Off on RECALL NOTICE: Blumen Hand Sanitizer

Find Your Perfect Hydrangea

Who can resist color-changing blooms as huge as snowballs?! No one! That’s why no garden is complete until it has at least one hydrangea. With their picturesque foliage and magical blooms, these flower shrubs are a constant delight. Plus, hydrangeas are easy to care for – as long as you pick the right variety for [...]

By |June 3rd, 2020|Lawn & Garden, Northwest Gardening|Comments Off on Find Your Perfect Hydrangea

Deep Cleaning Your House Checklist

How to Deep Clean Your House Now is the time to deep clean and restore some order to your home (since coronavirus has you quarantined at home, anyway). Whether you need to clean up from months of neglect, vacuum up the never-ending pile of pet hair, or just get your house looking like new again, [...]

By |May 19th, 2020|How-To|Comments Off on Deep Cleaning Your House Checklist

6 Kid and Pet Friendly Plants

Danger could be lurking anywhere when you’ve got kids and pets. That’s why parents do their best to baby-proof and petscape. And when you’re a plant parent, the last thing you want to think about is your real babies or furbabies snacking on your plant babies. Whether it’s because they’re poisonous or prickly, some plants [...]

By |May 7th, 2020|Lawn & Garden, Northwest Gardening|Comments Off on 6 Kid and Pet Friendly Plants

Pond Ground Rules 101

Now that you’ve started planning on having a pond…. it’s time to get to work! Components of a Pond: Altogether, a pond system is an interlaced community involving biological filters (bio-falls), mechanical filters (skimmers), aquatic plants, rock and gravel, pumps, pond liners and even koi fish if you want to go that route! If set [...]

By |February 26th, 2020|Lawn & Garden|Comments Off on Pond Ground Rules 101

Reblooming Orchids

Don’t throw that orchid away, get it to rebloom! Talk about flower power! Orchids, especially Phalaenopsis or moth orchids, can bloom for months. Moth orchids are easy to find, relatively inexpensive and one of the easiest orchids to grow. But, plant parents are asking themselves, how do I get them to rebloom? Paying attention to [...]

By |February 3rd, 2020|How-To, Lawn & Garden|Comments Off on Reblooming Orchids

Plant Care Can Also be Self-Care

Many people wonder when they’ll find the time for self-care. It turns out that plant parents have been doing it all along. Many report their thoughts slow, they breathe more calmly, feel less stressed and they find happiness in the practice of gardening. Caring for another living thing is a positive intention that keeps us [...]

By |January 27th, 2020|Northwest Gardening|Comments Off on Plant Care Can Also be Self-Care