Gifts for the Holidays!

GOOD NATURE HAS A FEW GIFT IDEAS FOR YOU!

The holiday season is just around the corner, and what could be more thoughtful gift than the gift of a healthier, heartier, more robust lawn...the natural way? 

Speedy Weedy - Fun and Easy to Use!

The Speedy Weedy is literally addictive - once you start plucking out the weeds it's difficult to stop. 

Speedy weedy

  Speedy Weedy

Microclover - Add some more green to your holiday decor!

Adding clover, especially our special Microgreen microclover to your lawn will keep it greener during the summer with less water than your neighbors use, reduce fertilizer use, and eliminate the need for chemical weed killers because over time the clover will thicken up and crowd out weeds like dandelions....and it's cute!

Microclover


We have some smaller items that would be great Holiday Stocking Stuffers! 

Dog RocksFor those who love their dogs and their lawn

An effective, innovative, convenient and 100% natural product used to stop urine burn patches appearing on the lawn when the dog takes a pee.

Dog Rocks


Parker Neem Bar Soap - Ring the New Year feeling cleaner!

These soaps offers the ancient healing properties of neem combined with the aesthetics of a delicately hand-crafted soap. These mild soaps are made from only the purest natural ingredients and are non-drying.

These soap bars are vegetable based and consists of pure essential oils to rejuvenate and soothens the skin. Neem soaps are beneficial for super sensitive skins. These premium 100% natural soaps are animal fat free and do not make use of any chemical compounds or artificial fragrances.


Give the Gift of Good Nature...Holiday Gift Certificates Now Available!

Good Nature Gift Certificates are now available for your family, friends, and neighbors for any amount.  They can use them to purchase products from our online store or for our many organic services. Call us today to jumpstart your holiday shopping!

(216) 641-9800 or (888) 529-6723

Certificates are transferable but not refundable.

 

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