Happy Earth Day!

Tomorrow is Earth Day, and here at Gardens of Growth we are always looking for new ways to do our job in a way that respects the environment. Our blog posts over the past few years have reflected that. Today we have collected several posts from the past that teach about how to take better care of the world around you. I hope you learn something!

Nine ways we strive to make Gardens of Growth a more environmentally conscious company.

Nine ways we strive to make Gardens of Growth a more environmentally conscious company.

North America's native bee species are at risk of dying off, and honeybees could use some help, too.

North America's native bee species are at risk of dying off, and honeybees could use some help, too.

A business here in Indianapolis hired us to plant a bio-swale on their property... and then they helped plant it!

A business here in Indianapolis hired us to plant a bio-swale on their property... and then they helped plant it!

Want to welcome pollinators into your yard? We have list of all kinds of plants for all kinds of birds and bees.

Want to welcome pollinators into your yard? We have list of all kinds of plants for all kinds of birds and bees.

Do you know what all trees can do for you? It's an impressive and surprising list. This one is a must-read.

Do you know what all trees can do for you? It's an impressive and surprising list. This one is a must-read.

Composting leaves is an easy, common-sense way for a landscaping company to care for the environment.

Composting leaves is an easy, common-sense way for a landscaping company to care for the environment.

Learn the ways that trees can be damaged through landscape maintenance and construction projects.

Learn the ways that trees can be damaged through landscape maintenance and construction projects.

Did you know that nature has measurable positive physiological effects on us? Learn more about it here.

Did you know that nature has measurable positive physiological effects on us? Learn more about it here.

This project in Greencastle, IN, used almost 100% Indiana native plant species in both managed and naturalized areas.

This project in Greencastle, IN, used almost 100% Indiana native plant species in both managed and naturalized areas.

Turf can get a bad rap for requiring lots of resources. This lawn isn't golf course quality, but it's more self-sufficient.

Turf can get a bad rap for requiring lots of resources. This lawn isn't golf course quality, but it's more self-sufficient.

What's up with this native plant trend? Red on to learn why it's so much more than a passing fad.

What's up with this native plant trend? Red on to learn why it's so much more than a passing fad.

If you take the biological impacts of nature and apply them to your life and community, the impacts are impressive.

If you take the biological impacts of nature and apply them to your life and community, the impacts are impressive.