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Color Me Bloom: Good Soil, Better Eyelids

April 01, 2021|Categories: News|

You love the look of rich brown Bloom greening up your grass and garden – now you can sport that look too, with Color Me Bloom, a Bloom infused eyeshadow palette. The earthy types in your life will love Color Me Bloom, with its chemical free, carbon footprint-reducing ingredients:

Spider Hall Farm Corn Thrives with Bloom

October 19, 2020|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |

While other fields were stressing out in the summer heat, Spider Hall Farm in Prince Frederick, Maryland reported their corn was thriving, thanks to Bloom and its drought resistant properties. The owner of the land called it “grand champion corn, some of the best he’s seen.” We look forward to

Gardens n Plants Podcast Features Bloom

March 17, 2020|Categories: News|

Gardens n Plants Podcast featuring Bloom The inaugural edition of Pegplant’s Podcast, the work of garden writers Peggy Riccio and Teri Speight, is out and gives a shout out to Bloom among other local garden initiaitives. The Gardens ‘n Plants series discusses what is happening in the plant

American Horticultural Society Blogs on Bloom

March 12, 2020|Categories: News|

American Horticultural Society Blogs on Bloom Bloom is proud to be working with the American Horticultural Society (AHS), a national organization whose vision is to "make America a nation of gardeners, a land of gardens." The organization is headquartered at River Farm, a historic landmark in Alexandria, Virginia overlooking the

Bloom Coverage in Great Bay Work

March 12, 2020|Categories: News|

Bloom Coverage in Great Bay Work Thanks to Nuts for Natives blogger Shari Wilson for her coverage of Bloom for Great Bay Work, a blog on the challenges and complex situations that affect quality of life within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Read her account of a Blue Plains tour here.