Water Beads are one of today's most unique products. Stylish and practical, they enhance the splendor of floral arrangements while keeping your flowers & plants watered. They can add ambiance around the home or office, and are perfect for weddings and other fancy affairs! Just add water and watch these tiny seed-sized pebbles grow into marble-sized water beads! For decorations you can use them as center pieces! Just fill them up into any bowl you like and then place either a silk flower or a candle in the middle. To be extra green, use an LED candle!
Water beads can also be used for plants! You can use them for cut flowers or lucky bamboo! And you can use them to grow plants if you just remove and rinse off any soil from your plant to keep it clean. You can even them use them to water your plants by setting them on top of the soil before you go out of town...they will release the water back to your plants slowly while you are away!
Reclaim ordinarily wasted water so that you're able to save and use every precious drop of water that enters into your stewardship.
Water is a precious resource that all life as we know it depends upon for survival. Being of such high importance, we humans ought to do everything in our power to make sure that our water is clean, safe, and affordable for all.
You can do your part today by adopting new ways to save your water. Michael Holloway offers a great GreenTip on how to recapture the water wasted while waiting on your shower to "warm up".
What are other ways you can recapture every drop?! #RecaptureEveryDrop
Tired of watching your hard earned dollars go down the drain each time you spend 70-80 gallons of water on a load of laundry?!
Now you can conserve water and clean that same load of laundry on only 20 ounces of water! All you need is a Norwex Enviro Cloth.
Watch this video to learn how to use it.
You can get your cloth at www.CheriKroh.Norwex.biz!
get involved today!
Recycling efforts of cans, paper, and plastic are great! But we actually have a resource that needs to be recycled even more than those! :: We need to recycle water!
Our ecosystem actually does this on a regular basis. But over the years humans have been using more and more water. And as we use water once, we contaminate it, and then release it downstream and into the oceans. There is currently a "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico the size of Connecticut right now as a result of human contamination in the rivers feeding into the Gulf.
But now that we have developed methods of ultrafiltration, recycling our water makes much more sense. Ultrafiltration allows us to use the water from our reservoirs and then return that water to the same reservoir as clean as it was when we took it out -- sometimes even cleaner!
In Texas you can start by contacting the Texas Conservation Alliance!
Serious #TBT #GreenTip!
One of the first I filmed...and I even fell down at the end of the video! Awe well....I think they've gotten better over the years
Still the concept and product are amazing! So don't let the cheezy video turn you away from trying Dripping Springs Ollas!