Don’t Read This Blog Post and You’ll Be Happier

Posted on Mar 30, 2016
Don’t Read This Blog Post and You’ll Be Happier

Happiness and what makes people happier has always been a keen interest of mine. You might think it’s because I started my career in Plantscaping and green building working in a flower shop. Because flowers make people happy, right? It actually goes back even further for me, a generation further to be exact. My father, […]

It’s Natural Good Earth Plants Loves the Start of Spring

Posted on Mar 23, 2016

Sometimes when you live in San Diego, you don’t take notice of the change in seasons. It’s not all that obvious when we move from spring to summer, or summer to fall. We don’t see spring when the cherry blossoms bloom like in Washington D.C. So if the first day of spring this year got […]

All About That Green the Good Earth Plant Way on St. Patrick’s Day

Posted on Mar 17, 2016
All About That Green the Good Earth Plant Way on St. Patrick’s Day

Thirty six million Americans claim at least a little bit of Irish ancestry, myself included. Over 80 million people worldwide claim an Irish family connection. No wonder St. Patrick’s Day is more popular outside Ireland: the total population of the country is just 4.8 million people. We love St. Patrick’s Day at Good Earth Plant […]

Catch Up With Top Reader Recommended Blog Posts

Posted on Mar 9, 2016
Catch Up With Top Reader Recommended Blog Posts

Catch up with our top blog posts so far for 2016 on topics including stormwater pollution, nature and well-being, and how to recognize and treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD). If you aren’t receiving our newsletter, sign up here on our home page. We don’t sell your information or spam you, and you can unsubscribe anytime. […]

Let’s Make San Diego A Biophilia Hub

Posted on Mar 2, 2016
Let’s Make San Diego A Biophilia Hub

Leaders from 40 of the best large gardens in North America came to San Diego last week for the Directors of Large Gardens Conference at the San Diego Botanical Garden in Encinitas. When I opened my San Diego Union-Tribune on Saturday, I was glad to see an article about the meeting by reporter Phil Diehl, […]