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Upcoming Market Dates

Its the indoor Winter Market time! One of the most magical seasons giving us all the feels with fresh snow glistening, hot delicious drinks, and the gift to s l o w down and plan for the year. Although we enjoy the winter season, I'm ready to get my hands in the soil too as soon as the frost ends!  What are your plans this winter season? Anyway you plan on spending this winter season, we hope you have a great time and can try out our greens.Here are the upcoming 2020 dates and where you can find us and our productsFebruary 9th 11am- 2pm booth #11 at the Cottonwood Center of the Arts 427 E Colorado Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 February...

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Our Story in the Colorado Gazette

We were so excited to be featured in the newspaper, we forgot to announce it!The Colorado Springs Gazette featured our micro greens as the cover for the Home and Garden section in March. We are so grateful for the continuous support and thankful for the wonderful community in Colorado Springs. You can read our story here!

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The Ultra Healing Benefits of Tamanu

Tamanu oil or calophyllum inophyllum is a secret that has been long forgotten. A sacred gift from nature. This rich dark green oil has been used for over 100 years in Southeast Asian medicine for practically every skin problem. Tamanu has been traditionally used as a remedy for scars, acne, rosacea, abrasions, psoriasis, eczema, stretch marks, age spots, toenail fungus, sunburn, skin rashes, insect bites, blisters, dermatitis and more.   (a brief) History of Tamanu Tamanu oil originates from the sandy islands in the South Pacific and is grown on an Ati tree. This tree blooms twice a year bearing fruit called ballnut. When ready to pick, the fruit turns a beautiful yellow or vibrant red. The valuable oil is in the kernel of the ballnut...

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Hemp Hemp Hooray!

In this blog, I will discuss what hemp is, its uses, what it cannot do, the common misconceptions and some positive information you may have not known! I also want to thank you for your interest in hemp. I believe knowledge is the first step to understanding.  Welcome to Hemp 101.

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