Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Ecos Laundry Detergent

I use this laundry detergent now. I got it at Costco. I love it. It's actually as cheap as the Costco brand. I looked it up to see if it was truly a more natural-less toxic product. What I learned is that companies don't have to list all of the ingredients in detergents--so theirs aren't listed. So I can't truly tell what is in it. But most of the "eco" blogs all gave it a thumbs up as I good product because if what it DOES NOT have in it.

I think you should try it.

If you want to know more here are some reviews:

Monday, September 13, 2010

Local Gardening Class

I just got an e-mail from the girl who runs Taste is Trump blog. She's all about natural eating.

She's promoting a class on gardening. This is what my e-mail said:

It's time to get in a fall garden. Come learn how to do it simply, and how to be successful in producing great produce all winter long!

Tuesday evening, September 14
6:30-8:00 pm in Gilbert, Lindsey & Williamsfield Rd. area
Cost is $10 for the class which includes materials and tasters
Pass the information on to those interested in being a successful gardener!

Register at with your name and address - and you will receive complete details!

Erleen Tilton

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Organic Weed Killers

I love this info on killing weeds. We have desert landscaping in the front (hate it) and it get SO many weeds. I'm totally going to try some of these options.

The Garden Guy

On one of our local TV stations we have an expert gardener called "The Garden Guy". He has great tips for using organic products to enrich your garden. Most of his tips are for normal gardening, not square foot. But a lot of his stuff works for both. He has great tips on getting rid of pests, which I need to try because some little jerk of a bug is eating my gorgeous basil. ARGH. Anyhow, I just saw this the other day and thought I'd share.