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It's getting to be about time to begin that spring cleaning around the house. On everyone's list should be getting those rain gutters cleared of leaves and other debris before the rains and spring storms start. There are a couple of problems with gutter cleaning. First, it's a nasty mess to scoop it out with your bare hands and second, it's dangerous to be either hanging off a ladder (especially on a second story) or working along the edge of the roof like that. There's a much better solution, besides paying someone else to do it, called the Gutter Sense - Rain Gutter Cleaning Tool.
Sunflowers are scary flowers in my opinion. Regular ones get to be around 9 feet tall and during their early bud stages face the East every morning waiting for the sun to rise and actually turn and move to track the sun throughout the day before returning to face the East again at night. They aren't quite Audrey II freaky, but I still don't trust them. I do think they could be cool though if they were miniaturized and I could keep an eye on them here on my desk in my office. Well, now I can do just that with the Sunflower Growing Kit.
These planters are made of sustainably harvested teak wood, which is legendary for its strength, durability and natural weather resistance. They also feature a dual-action self-watering system, a self-contained water reservoir and high-quality construction details like tongue-and-groove joinery, dovetailed corners and stainless steel hardware.
Turn fruits, vegetables, egg shells, coffee grounds, grains and more into fresh nutrient-rich organic fertilizer in only two weeks with the cool new NatureMill Plus - Automatic Kitchen Composter. Unlike the those big complicated outdoor compost bins, this unique indoor/outdoor compact unit is simple to use and fully automatic.
Futuristic planter/air purifier vastly improves a plant's filtration ability to efficiently remove airborne toxins and volatile organic compounds by drawing polluted air down into a clear dome that houses an ordinary houseplant, then through a natural multi-stage system of leaves, roots, soil and water, before finally recirculating it back out into the environment!