Spring Garden Tips

These are a few of my favorite products that I love to use in my garden and recommend to other gardeners.



Dee Weeder

Dee Weeder

“Tired of making extra trips from the garden back to the shed or garage for that forgotten tool?  Or maybe you've bent one too many trowel handles when digging in clay or rocky soil.  Consider switching to the Dee Weeder.  This all purpose hand tool is excellent for weeding, cultivating, edging and more.  I like it because it is light weight, sturdy and does the job of many tools!”  - Melinda

Price:  $19.99

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Milorganite

America's leading organic nitrogen fertilizer

“Whether you are an experienced or beginner gardener consider using Milorganite organic nitrogen fertilizer. I like it for several reasons. The low nitrogen slow release formulation makes it goof proof. Independent research results found the phosphorous is non-leaching, so it won’t pollute our waterways. And most importantly, it is safe for you, your children, pets and the environment.”
- Melinda

Price: $9-$14 per bag

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Ormon's electroTHERAPY Pain Relief Unit

Omron electroTHERAPY Pain Relief

Easy-to-use, powerful & 100% drug free, this handy TENS unit relieves muscle & joint pain.

Price:  $69.99

“As an avid gardener with two knee replacements, I’m always in search of alternative tactics to combat joint pain. Electrotherapy treatment lets me garden without needing to stop due to the joint pain that often comes with kneeling, reaching, and lifting. Omron’s electroTHERAPY Pain Relief Unit is a simple, drug-free solution that can help manage your pain in as little as 15 minutes.”
- Melinda

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gardening questions

Ask Melinda

Wondering what’s wrong with your plant? Or maybe you need some planting suggestions for shady, dry or difficult landscape sites. And how about strategies for bringing birds and butterflies into your garden. Find answers to your gardening questions, plant information in the A-Z plant lists and a Plant Guide to help you select just the right plant for your landscape.
- Melinda

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