Insecticides, weed killers and slug bait may contain toxic ingredients. We come in contact with these chemicals by ingestion, inhalation, and skin contact. These products are harmful to humans, dangerous for pets and highly toxic to birds, bees, and aquatic life. Eliminating the use of these toxic substances in your gardens and lawns is one way to contribute to a healthier tomorrow for both your family and the environment.
Lawn and Garden Care
It’s almost spring, time to make sure you lawn is in shape for the munchkins to play on. The good news—you can have a good looking lawn that is safe for your little ones and pets to play on and safe for aquatic life too. Read more
Read about weeds in the lawn and garden. Read more
With warming soil temperatures and last frost, the month of May shouts garden time! Children can be helpful garden companions and there is much in the garden to delight them and you. Read more
Garden Pest Control
It’s summertime! Yellowjackets are circling the potato salad, fruit flies are feasting on the peaches on the counter, and an army of ants is marching towards your kitchen compost. Keep your sanity during the bug season while keeping your family safe from pesticides! These pests are bothersome but there are surprisingly effective ways to combat them without resorting to chemicals. Below are some basics on prevention and control measures. Read more
Summer is finally here, which means long days and evenings outdoors to enjoy the gorgeous weather! However, that means bugs and mosquitoes are out in force too, and being covered in itchy bites is no fun. We’ve got all the advice you need to keep the bugs away so you can play! Read more