Spreading joy the natural way

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We are getting rained in

Good in Bloom is our way of celebrating the earth gifts and creating shared moments of mindfulness and joyful connection through nature—and it's taken us all over the world. But instead of looking outside for Earth Day 2022, we are taking a new approach by encouraging people to look within by reimagining the humble springtime puddle. With the help of the Pothole Gardener who will creatively transform puddles around London from obstacles to avoid into adorable mini ocean and a custom “Puddle magic” Instagram filter, to get passersby on the street and online to take a moment to ponder and visualize their connection to the earth, the live-giving water cycle and their own inner strengths.

While we always try to find ways to show our appreciation for the planet, we've set up our own very special Heart + Soil Day to celebrate nature, and our connection to it.

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A look back at Good in Bloom

We’ve always believed that an act of kindness, even a little one, could make a big impact. We helped kids (and teachers) connect to nature by taking our mobile garden out for a spin. We also celebrated Earth Day our own way by giving fresh-cut floral surprises to friends, family, and even unsuspecting strangers. Watch our videos below to see how we’re working to honor all things green, great, and growing.

What’s so great about the tomato?

We’ve made the tomato our hero fruit for a reason. Each one holds a wealth of nutrients that can benefit our health in a multitude of ways, from skin appearance and texture to supporting vision and cardiovascular wellness. We’re proud to source carotenoids like lycopene from this humble plant, and offer it in a range of formulations and proprietary blends like our Lycomato® and Lycored Nutrient Complexes.

12 easy, earth-friendly things to start doing now:

Avoid printed receipts and tickets when possible.
Pay bills online and opt out of mailed duplicates.
Recycle glass and plastic bottles and containers.
Turn off the lights if you aren’t in the room.
Unplug electronics that are not in use.
Use the great outdoors as your personal gym.
Run errands back-to-back to save on driving.
Switch to rechargeable batteries.
Use tote bags when shopping.
Stock your freezer. (It keeps it running efficiently.)
Skip the elevator and take the stairs.
Turn your computer off overnight.