The CDC recommends 2.5 hours of physical activity each week, which includes gardening! And if you’re concerned that you’ve ghosted other fitness routines in the past, you’ll be happy to learn that, “Those that choose gardening as their moderate-intensity exercise are more likely to exercise 40-50 minutes longer on average than those that choose activities like walking or biking,” according to Michigan State University.
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Earth Day 2021 is this Thursday, April 22. After a year which so many people stayed indoors, this is a great time to go out and enjoy Mother Earth!
A soggy lawn happens when a yard does not drain properly, holding excess moisture and preventing oxygen from getting into the soil.
An inground swimming pool can bring a lot of entertainment value to your backyard, and serves as a gorgeous landscape addition.
Follow these easy tips to create a dog-friendly yard and garden – so that both you and Rover can enjoy your property without worry.
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Backyard gardening can help relieve ‘stay at home’ stress
Garden businesses booming during pandemic Ken Suarez reports BRADENTON, Fla. – Everyone, at some point, feels some cabin fever during ‘stay at home’ orders due to COVID-19. Whether working from home or making sure the kids are doing their school work — or both — being in the same, confined space can make anyone feel claustrophobic. Experts say […]
Thank you for your continued business and support during this time. We have always maintained a level of cleanliness at all Big Earth locations and continue to practice those methods, with increased awareness as we navigate this uncertain time. We are still open for business and will remain open, unless we are required to close […]
There are signs of progress every day in the fight against COVID-19. One of the more promising treatments is hydroxychloroquine, a derivative of quinine.
The purple passionflower is utilized as a homegrown aid for anxiety, attention-deficit hyperactivity, menopausal symptoms, insomnia, and stress reduction.
Researchers have released a paper reviewing over 200 studies that looked at the impact that artificial light and light pollution has on insect species.