Welcome to Eartheart Naturals Inc., where we are passionate about creating environmentally friendly products that help your garden, your orchard, or your farm grow like no other.
For too long, people have relied upon poisonous, unsafe, and unstable products to grow their food.
We know there is a better way. Our business is based upon a simple premise – that nature gave us everything we need when it comes to the care, feeding, and protection of our plants.
Join us in our mission to make the world a more beautiful and healthier place. Show you have the earth in your heart with Eartheart.
Old Cliche How do you eat an elephant? Duh! One bite at a time. New Cliche How does a bachelor eat a zucchini? Duh! One bite at a time. Friday morning, August 14th, I woke up to every bachelor's nemesis. House cleaning and laundry day!!! Always find a way to put it off as long as possible but couldn't think of a thing. THEN, how about a nice home grown, home cooked breakfast? That will take a while! Went down to the garden and picked some kale, a green onion, a green pepper, a tomato and some arugula and retrieved the zucchini from the fridge that I picked yesterday to make a nice veggie...
We've always know what an amazing experience gardening can have in people's lives. It's a wonderful way to connect with your family as a group activity and to connect with nature by helping something grow. A recent article by Dr. Mercola describes the benefits of gardening for brain health.
It happens all the time in households across America. You went to the grocery store and saw that they had an amazing sale on fresh produce. Driven by the urge to take advantage of a great deal and ensure you're family is eating right, you load up and bring it home. But then, within just a few days, you take out the container of blue berries to put into your morning oatmeal to find that they've already become shriveled or moldy. What started as a great deal on produce turns into yet another grocery disappointment and food tossed in the trash. And as a result of these disappointments, families end up buying less and less produce - the exact opposite...