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Spring Summer Welcome Floral Hummingbird Garden Flag 12 x 18

New for 2013. Floral Hummingbird Flag designed by Tracy Lizotte for Custom Decor. The flag features a hummingbird and a beautiful floral display. It reads Welcome. Custom Decor takes original artwork and reproduces it on 300 denier polyester fabric for a finer quality flag. The flags are printed in the United States. The outdoor decorative flag measures approximately 12 x 18 and is sleeved to go on a standard garden or mini pole. ÊThe flags are permanently dyed and are fade and mildew resistant.ÊImage is clearly visible from both sides. Reads correctly from one side only. Reverse image on back side.

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Garden Song Plastic Pinch Waist Hummingbird Feeder

One of Garden Song’s most convenient hanging bird feeders, this bright red feeder will attract both hummingbirds and hummingbird enthusiasts for hours of enjoyment. The Garden Song Plastic Pinch-Waist Hummingbird Feeder features four feeding ports with built-in bee guards, a four-way perch and an 8 ounce nectar capacity. The feeder base is bright red to attract hummingbirds, while the clear, shatter-proof plastic reservoir makes it easy for you to monitor nectar levels. The reservoir unscrews easily from the feeder base for quick cleaning and filling. The four perch/feeding station set-up makes this feeder one of the most economical and convenient hanging bird feeders on the market. Remember to clean your hanging bird feeders at least twice a week, more often in very warm climates or seasons.

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F.M. Brown’s Garden Chic Hummingbird Instant Nectar, 8-Ounce

Instant hummingbird nectar

Instant hummingbird nectar

Hi-energy blend replicates the nectar sought in nature. Simply mix with tap water, no boiling and this mix easily dissolves in water. makes 32-ounce.

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Patriotic Hummingbird Garden Size 12″ X 18″ Decorative Flag

You will love the vibrant colors of this American made small flag. Display it with pride in your garden or front yard. This small flag measures 12 inches by 18 inches. You will appreciate the soft feel, fine knit and excellent image reproduction on the signature 300 denier fabric which is readable on both sides. Custom Decor, Inc., located in the northeastern United States, uses a process called ‘dye-sublimation’. They heat press the image permanently onto a blank white flag. The combination of permanent dyes and heat assures you of lasting beauty. Your order will be processed with care by diligent American workers. This small flag is from the Special Occasions Collection. Change your flag with each new season ” Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, summertime, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Or celebrate a birthday, wedding, birth of a child or grandchild, as well as mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Graduation. Display a flag that showcases your patriotic pride or love for animals, flowers, camping or pride in your favorite team. Please see our coordinating items of large flags, mailbox covers and floor mat rugs to complete your outdoor home Decor ensemble.

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The Hummingbird Garden

Alexis discovers one of nature’s miracles!

Six-year-old Alexis and her parents have just moved from an apartment in the city to a home in the suburbs. While lying in the grass in her new backyard, Alexis is startled by a tiny flash of color darting by, heading for her neighbor’s yard. Peeking through a hole in the fence, she sees a wondrous sight. Her new neighbor’s backyard is filled with hundreds of beautiful flowers, and there are colorful glass balls hanging from some of the trees. But the most magical sight of all are the tiny, jewel-like birds flashing by, hovering in midair, and even flying backward!

This delightfully illustrated book will bring the world of hummingbirds to life as Alexis learns a valuable lesson about what sharing can accomplish.

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Hummingbird Garden, The

When Janet explores a magical garden, with the help of the hummingbird she has met there, she discovers some of the garden’s beautiful surprises. By the author of The Willow Umbrella.

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The Hummingbird Garden

Bird and gardening expert Mathew Tekulsky uncovers the simple steps any gardener can take to attract and enjoy one of nature’s most beautiful creatures. He introduces the reader to hummingbird habits and reveals the regions where they live and migrate.

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The Hummingbird Garden

Alexis discovers one of nature’s miracles! Six-year-old Alexis and her parents have just moved from an apartment in the city to a home in the suburbs. While lying in the grass in her new backyard, Alexis is startled by a tiny flash of color darting by, heading for her neighbor’s yard. Peeking through a hole in the fence, she sees a wondrous sight. Her new neighbor’s backyard is filled with hundreds of beautiful flowers, and there are colorful glass balls hanging from some of the trees. But the most magical sight of all are the tiny, jewel-like birds flashing by, hovering in midair, and even flying backward! This delightfully illustrated book will bring the world of hummingbirds to life as Alexis learns a valuable lesson about what sharing can accomplish.

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The Hummingbird Garden

Alexis discovers one of nature’s miracles! Six-year-old Alexis and her parents have just moved from an apartment in the city to a home in the suburbs. While lying in the grass in her new backyard, Alexis is startled by a tiny flash of color darting by, heading for her neighbor’s yard. Peeking through a hole in the fence, she sees a wondrous sight. Her new neighbor’s backyard is filled with hundreds of beautiful flowers, and there are colorful glass balls hanging from some of the trees. But the most magical sight of all are the tiny, jewel-like birds flashing by, hovering in midair, and even flying backward! This delightfully illustrated book will bring the world of hummingbirds to life as Alexis learns a valuable lesson about what sharing can accomplish.

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Garden Media Group Unveils First in Series of 2012 Garden Trends: Cultivate the New Good Life with the Power of Plants


Philadelphia (PRWEB) February 28, 2012

Garden Media Group, the leading public relations agency and green living trend spotters, is unveiling its first in a series of top trends that empowers gardeners to cultivate the new good life, with the power of plants.

Ongoing studies worldwide reveal plants are vital for our health and well being, elicit powerful positive emotions, revive neighborhoods, and influence everything from food to lifes milestones.

Plants are not a luxury, but a necessity, says Susan McCoy, trendspotter and outdoor living expert. Plants can live without us, but we cannot live without plants.

The power of plants. Dr.Charlie Hall, professor of horticulture at Texas A & M, says, that younger generations are discovering the power of plants. Gen Ys are connecting with plants on many levels – economics, environmental impact, health and wellness.

Why nature? According to Harvard professor Edward O. Wilson, humans cant help ourselves. They are hardwired and have an innate bond with all living things he calls biophilia.

McCoy agrees.Plants are more than just a pretty face. From the power of healing to restoring neighborhoods, plants are vital for healthy, balanced lives.

Heath and quality of life are the number one reason people buy certain goods and services, according to Trendwatching, a global trend research firm in Amsterdam. Gardening fits right in.

Heres what McCoy and her team of Garden Media Group trend spotters see for gardening in 2012:

Urban-Knights. A growing army of urban knights are planting shrubs, flowers, edibles and pop-up gardens on balconies, in alley ways, and on street parklets even in abandoned buildings and walk-in shipping containers.

Gardens with wind turbines and reclaimed materials, water saving plants and vertical walls are springing up in small and large cities.

From yard-sharing and raising chickens to step gardening and harvesting rain water, urban knights are discovering a new good life by getting grounded with the earth.

Eco-scaping. Natures influence can be found both indoors and out.

Borders are blurring between indoors and out as nature becomes more important in our lives, says Bobbie Schwartz, FAPLD, past president of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Many people want their gardens and their homes to be sanctuaries of tranquility, reflecting their ideal concept of nature.

Beauty and sustainability are key. Eric Liskey, deputy garden editor for Better Homes and Gardens magazine, suggests that people want the beauty and romance of a garden with less work. Gardeners want easy, low maintenance plants that give plenty of color.

The new Bloomtastic! dwarf butterfly bush, Buddleia Lavender Veil from Hines Growers is both easy and low maintenance and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds with abundant, richly-colored, scented blooms.

Its easy to pot up herbs indoors and out for fresh ingredients, year round, says Briscoe White, head herb farmer at The Growers Exchange. He recommends planting containers of herbs de Provence for beauty and cooking or covering a wall with rosemary.

Inner Gardening. Decorating our inner gardens with houseplants for better, healthier lives is now the new norm. These natural oxygen machines clean indoor air while bringing life to any room.

Bring nature in and green up your spaces with ferns, palms and peace lilies for a better, healthier you. To learn more about the benefits of indoor houseplants check out http://www.O2forYou.org.

Watch for additional green living trends from the Garden Media Group in upcoming weeks. For the latest gardening news visit Garden Media Groups blog.

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