Posts tagged "garden"

Save Money and Compost Your Food Waste; A Think About This Tip

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Tips On How To Grow Organic Vegetables In A Balcony Window Box

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Watch the video we filmed at WCIU “the U” in Chicago  and catch some interesting tips on how you can grow your own vegetables in an urban setting by growing them in a balcony window box. It is easy, simple, and only takes a few quick steps. www.shawnacoronado.com

Get Out There and Recycle Your Junk Into Shadow Art

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You have to see this AMAZING shadow art which I was able to document at the 2011 Philadelphia Flower Show. Downright COOL and something you could easily do with recyclables in your very own lawn. Recycle. Do the right thing. www.shawnacoronado.com In accordance with the FTC Guidelines and WOMMA Code of Ethics, I am disclosing... Read more »
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How To Make a Strawberry or Vegetable Planter From A Recycled Light Fixture - Sustainable!

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It is time to think about Spring!! Here is a super-easy trick for recycling something old into a brand new vegetable planter. Learn how a light fixture can be transformed into something wonderful and useful! www.shawnacoronado.com

My Grandma's Natural World - A Prairie Filled With The Scent of Love

My Grandma's Natural World - A Prairie Filled With The Scent of Love
My Grandma Mabel was the tiniest woman I have ever known, she had size one shoes and stood well beneath five feet tall. Her hair was perpetually white and she always had a smile and kind word for most everyone. She was mother to five children, teaching them all a strong work ethic and the... Read more »

Wordless Wednesday - Beauty In A Community Garden

Wordless Wednesday - Beauty In A Community Garden
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Going Organic: Good for Your Wallet, Your Health and the Environment

Today’s post is a guest post written by Amy Lizee. Switching to organic foods is a growing trend in many households across North America and the world. More and more families are choosing organic options for the sake of their children in terms of both physical health and for the sustainability of the environment. According... Read more »

Strawberry Garden Planter Made From Recycled Light Fixtures

Strawberry Garden Planter Made From Recycled Light Fixtures
Creativity is what it is all about this garden season when it comes to sustainability. Want an easy green and sustainable idea for your garden planters? Here’s an idea that is sure to go over well – how to make a planter from reused and recycled light fixtures. Watch the video below to learn how... Read more »

Garden2Blog 2011 - P. Allen Smith is Sustainable and Green

This is the front view of P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Retreat. His tree out front is over 300 years old and very well taken care of.
P. Allen Smith’s home at the Moss Mountain Garden Retreat. The tree in front of the home is over 300 years old and is lovingly tended by Allen’s staff. When I first received the invitation to visit Little Rock, Arkansas with PBS tv personality P. Allen Smith and his team, I thought I might get to see... Read more »
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What Does Green Mean? "The Green Song" Inspires An Answer.

Ricky Rolon and Shawna Coronado performing “The Green Song”. Ricky Rolon – guitarist extraordinaire – and I got together to collaborate on a green music video. Why not inspire people with something a bit quirky and different? We wrote a song together and here it is in its world premiere. The bottom line is being... Read more »