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Best Place to Order Flowers Online: Proflowers vs 1800Flowers vs FTD vs Teleflora vs Bouqs

Bouquet of flowers: Best Place to Order Flowers Online

Need to send flowers and don’t have time to visit your local florist? Or do you live hundreds of miles away from your loved one? Whatever the occasion — mother’s day, romance, birthday, sympathy or funeral — online flower delivery services are your saving grace. With hundreds of places to order flowers online, how can you find the delivery service that meets your needs? And are there any online flower delivery services that are committed to eco-friendly growing practices? Read our reviews of the top online flower delivery services to see which ones deliver the best experience…

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Best Organic Lawn & Garden Fertilizer and How To Use It

As a little girl, I can remember helping my dad in the garden. I remember tomatoes sitting on the window sill waiting to be placed on a BLT sandwich. I remember picking the green beans and shucking the corn. I have fond memories of helping out in the garden (even if I wasn’t helping as much as I was getting dirty). I hope to have my own garden this spring, and in preparation, I have done some research on various organic herbicides and fertilizers for the lawn and garden. Below are some of the best picks I found…

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Eco-Friendly Burial Options: Life Afterlife

Person holding green urn: Green Burial Options

Picture this, instead of cemeteries we have memory forests. Doesn’t that sound beautiful? An eco-friendly burial option can give us a “second life” through nature. How cool is it that we can give back to Earth as we leave it by becoming a tree or reef?! There are a few options available for natural burial already and we’re sure more green burial options will sprout up in the coming years…

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Climate Change is Slowing Neptune Grass Growth

Neptune grass at bottom of sea: What is Neptune Grass and Why It Matters

Ancient seagrass (aka neptune grass) is believed to be tens of thousands of years old and yet it may be at threat for extinction as a result of climate change. In this article we take a dive deep below the sea to find out what’s growing on the ocean floor and to better understand the most recent findings in regard to this ancient oceanic organism and its importance…

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Herbs for Anxiety and Depression: The Natural Path to Calm

Herbs for Anxiety and Depression

Natural herbs can change the brain’s chemical makeup without all the negative side effects. In fact, one of the biggest side effects of natural herbs used to cure anxiety is a positive one – namely that it becomes easier to make positive changes in your lifestyle as well. Below is a brief list of natural herbs people most commonly used to help treat anxiety and depression…

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9 Benefits of Drinking Ginger Tea

Ginger Tea Benefits

Ginger has been used for centuries for its calming effects on the digestive system. While the taste of ginger is distinct enough to make it a main ingredient in some desserts, its ability to soothe an upset stomach has earned it some quiet fame with those who prefer to holistic healing at home. Ginger root offers a multitude of health benefits and because it’s a root, it can be saved and used in a variety of forms..

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Dandelion Tea Benefits

Dandelion Tea Benefits: Dandelions in a field

Dandelions are usually considered weeds that grows plentiful throughout the yard. So, most homeowners go to great lengths and cost to eradicate this small yellow flower from their lawn. However, you’d be surprised to know there are numerous healing properties associated with this flower. Learn more about dandelion tea, how to prepare it and the benefits of drinking nature’s herbal tonic…

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Sweet and Healthy Hibiscus Tea Benefits

Hibiscus flower

Tea is one of the most natural methods you can use to maintain your health and even help with some of the aspects of healing. Hibiscus tea in particular can be especially beneficial. Best known for its color and sweet flavor, hibiscus tea is sometimes combined with other teas in order to enhance the medicinal benefits or to enhance the taste of a bitter tea without adding sugar. Learn more about this sweet tea and how to prepare it…

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Buzz Off: Why Are Bees Dying?

Fallen bee on rock: Why Are Bees Dying?

Would you believe us if we told you that bees keep our bellies full? No, we don’t mean you should eat bees. What we mean is bees do much more for us than sting and cause our skin to swell up in pain. Bees are a key factor in our economy, food sources and our environment’s health. How so? Bees pollinate our crops. However, bees are in danger due to so many bee colony collapses in recent years due to climate change. But, what can we do to help?

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Raising Honey Bees: Beekeeping for Beginners

Bee hive: Beekeeping for Beginners

Are you committed to sustaining earth’s natural balance and looking for ways to make a positive impact? Why not try beekeeping? Surely you’ve heard of the declining honey bee population and its affects on the environment. Read more to learn the basics of beekeeping, including some recommendations for equipment you’ll need to get started…

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