By Novella Carpenter In uncertain times, a garden can feel like a sanctuary. It doesn’t matter if you have a windowsill planter, a plot in a community garden or a backyard orchard—growing your own organic fruits and vegetables is a small but tangible way to bypass Big Ag and create habitat for butterflies, bees and birds. Gardening also nurtures the gardener: Studies show that inhaling Mycobacterium vaccae, a common soil microbe, can ease depression. Here are some tried-and-true tools to aid your earthly endeavors. Made from naturally fallen coconut-palm branches, ULTIMATE INNOVATIONS ‘ rustic-looking Ultimate Garden Broom is great […]

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