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Develop a Healthy Environment

Written by: Deb Ego Plants have a positive effect on our mental & physical wellness. They provide us with food, fresh air and contribute to the well-being of our entire planet and all its inhabitants. Just being outside and enjoying nature can help us relax and reduce our stress levels.... Read more »

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February Gardening: Top Ten ‘To Dos’

By Minter Country Garden Despite shorter winter days, there is a lot to be busy within the yard! Gardening is a fantastic activity for the mind, body and soul, and during cold grey days, it gives folks a sense of purpose and well-being. Many of the activities we do now... Read more »

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Cleanse the Air in Your Home!

Written by Mike Wrede In our new era of the COVID-19 generation, many people have looked to gardening as a new activity. There has been a big increase in people wanting to grow their own fruit and vegetables for the first time or have their yards looking colourful and fresh.... Read more »

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Plant Something BC helps bring nature indoors this fall and winter

Plants brighten the home, bring a sense of calm during shorter days By Ines Min Postmedia Content Works We’re almost nine months into the pandemic, which means you’re probably ready to set aside the sourdough starter and find a new pastime. If you missed out on patio garden season, it’s... Read more »

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Personal growth: how planting something can improve your health and well-being

Kay Miller  •  Postmedia Content Works Aug 13, 2020 At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, we all coped in different ways. Some of us baked bread. Others binged Netflix. But a big contingent also turned their attention to the earth and got growing. As a result, new gardens sprouted up everywhere.... Read more »

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The Economic Impact of a Professionally Landscaped Yard

Adding flowering plants, containers, and gardens to your yard helps bees and other pollinators find food. No matter the size of your ‘green space,’ plants help replenish pollinator food that was cleared in areas of development. Besides helping bees, property owners have other reasons to consider when investing in their... Read more »

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