Aren't these just the cutest? At just $7 each these handmade lil' critter ornaments are definitely our favorites.
Friday, December 4, 2009
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
These tools are so beautiful and well-made, any gardener would be thrilled with such treasures.
Cast iron figures like this flying pig (We also have fairies, flying cats, winged rabbits, and flying Scotti-dogs) range in price from $6 to $22.
Terrariums make a stylish gift for avid gardeners or house-plant neglecters with black thumbs. They need very little attention to keep these pre-planted terrariums looking fabulous.
These Moroccan-style lamps hold pillar candles and can be used inside or out.
These delicious smelling, handmade soaps are crafted from all natural ingredients right here in Ulster County.
We have a wide assortment of healthy, lush house plants to brighten your winter windowsill or to give as gifts.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
While they're growing, Real Christmas Trees support life by absorbing carbon dioxide and other gases and emitting fresh oxygen.
The farms that grow Christmas Trees stabilize soil, protect water supplies and provide refuge for wildlife while creating scenic green belts. Often, Christmas Trees are grown on soil that doesn't support other crops.
Real Christmas Trees Are Renewable.
Real Christmas Trees are grown on farms just like any other crop. To ensure a constant supply, Christmas Tree growers plant one to three new seedlings for every tree they harvest.
On the other hand, artificial trees are a petroleum-based product manufactured primarily in Chinese factories. The average family uses an artificial tree for only six to nine years before throwing it away, where it will remain in a landfill for centuries after disposal.
- Smithsonian.com shares ways to make your holidays eco-friendly by using a Real Christmas Tree.
- TreeHugger.com gives tips for selecting a "green" Christmas Tree
- The American Forests organization also supports the growth and use of Real Christmas Trees for many reasons.
- According to an article in Newsweek, experts recommend that you should "always go real."
- Focus Organic.com reminds consumers that choosing a Real Tree is not going to harm forests, making it a wise environmental choice.
Don't just take our word for it - see what other environmental experts have to say on the subject...